Tesla Model S goes airborne. Driver faces criminal charge

Tesla Model S goes airborne. Driver faces criminal charge

Security footage captured the roadster losing control after getting airborne and speeding over railroad tracks in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

A Canadian driver was arrested Tuesday after police say high speeds caused his Tesla to become airborne and eventually crash into a tree in a nearby school parking lot.

Multiple angles of the vehicle show it flying through the air at an incredibly high speed.

Per Global News, the vehicle then skidded into a school parking lot, where it hit a tree.

The 46-year-old driver wasn't alone; the vehicle had another passenger.

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The driver of the four-door Tesla was clearly doing way over 30mph.

In the video posted above, the vehicle can be seen going airborne as it hits an incline leading up to a set of railroad tracks.

The vehicle crashed into the parking lot of a public school, and the driver and a passenger both suffered minor injuries, according to Barrie Today.

'He now faces Criminal Charges and will appear in court in October'.

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