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Police pulled over a Waymo car that drove in the oncoming lane in Phoenix

A Waymo car driving on a road in San Francisco.
Photo: Andrej Sokolow / Picture Alliance via Getty Images

On June 19th, a Phoenix police officer pulled over a Waymo vehicle that had been driving in an oncoming traffic lane. The car was apparently confused by some construction signs, and reportedly ran a red light before pulling over in a parking lot to let the officer talk to one of Waymo’s support representatives.

In about two-and-a-half minutes of bodycam footage published by local publication AZCentral, the officer told Waymo the car was driving in a construction zone when it “went into opposing lanes of traffic, which is real bad.” He then told a curious bystander what had happened, adding, “so I light it up and it takes off in the intersection.” A dispatch record reportedly said the car drove through a red light and ‘FREAKED OUT’ before…

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