Tesla Employee Attacked: Robots have been shown as villains in many Hollywood sci-fi films. In these movies, robots take over the entire world. Then to save the human race, some brave people fight with them and save the world. It feels great to see all this in films. But, what if something like this really happens to you? A robot attacks you. They will thrash you and even make you bleed. This has really happened. That too inside the factory of the legendary e-car manufacturer Tesla. One of his employees was attacked by a robot and his blood was drained. The company had been suppressing this incident for two years.
A Tesla software engineer was attacked
This accident happened with a software engineer of Tesla. The accident happened in 2021. But, this information has come to light recently. According to the Money Control report, this engineer was working at Tesla's factory in Austin, Texas. Meanwhile, a malfunctioning robot attacked him. One of the eyewitnesses pressed the emergency stop button and his life was saved.
The robot had gripped his hands and back tightly
According to eyewitnesses, this engineer was programming the software to control the robot. He had disabled two aluminum cutting robots so that work could be done on them. But by mistake the third robot could not be disabled. It attacked the engineer and threw him on the ground. After this his hands and back were held tight. He started bleeding. Seeing this, the employee present there pressed the emergency stop button. Only after this the engineer could free himself from the robot's grip.
When the engineer ran outside, a stream of blood formed
The employees present there told that after escaping from the robot's grip, when the engineer ran outside, a stream of blood was formed. The incident was reported to Travis County officials and health agencies. A copy of it has come out. According to this, there were open wounds on the engineer's body, which were caused by cuts from something.
Tesla did not comment on this report
However, Tesla has not yet commented on this report. But, according to the report submitted to the US Health and Safety Administration, 1 out of every 21 employees at Tesla's Texas factory has been injured for some reason or the other in the last one year.
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