(Bloomberg) – Uber Technologies Inc.is suspending its self-driving car program after one of itsautonomous vehicles was involved in a high-impactcrash in Tempe, Arizona, the latest incident for a companyreeling from multiple crises.

In a photo posted on Twitter, one of Uber's Volvo self-drivingSUVs is pictured on its side next to another car with dents andsmashed windows. An Uber spokeswoman confirmed the incident, andthe veracity of the photo, and added that the ride-hailing companyis suspending its autonomous tests in Arizona until it completesits investigation and pausing its Pittsburgh operations.

No injuries

The Uber vehicle was not responsible for the incident and therewere no injuries, Tempe police information officer Josie Montenegrotold Bloomberg News. Another car failed to yield for the Uber car,causing the autonomous vehicle to flip on its side, according tothe police report.

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