Looks like Google might consider sending its Street View drivers back to driver's ed.
A driver in going through Little Rock, Arkansas caused several thousand dollars in damages after going down the wrong way of a one-way street Wednesday the 6th.
The Google employee, identified as Alexander Spurr, tried to make a u-turn but hit another car in the process.
The other driver, Dylan Case, claims Spurr also ran a red light before hitting him and totaling his car. He was cited for "careless prohibited driving." Case says he plans to take Google to court.
Earlier this year, a Google made the news after a San Diego researcher died from being struck by a street view car. Headlines called it an "ironic" car accident because Dr. Robert Epstein was a critic of the mega company. But many said it was just coincidence and investigators said Epstein didn't look before crossing the street.
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