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19Three Tesla employees killed in crash identified, remembered [w/video]

Wreckage from the deadly Palo Alto plane crash – Click above to watch the video after the break

3Three Tesla employees killed in crash identified, remembered [w/video] *UPDATE

Wreckage from the deadly Palo Alto plane crash – Click above to watch the video after the break

19BREAKING: Three Tesla employees die in Palo Alto plane crash *UPDATE

A small, twin-engined Cessna crashed this morning in an East Palo Alto neighborhood, killing all three passengers on board. According to reports, the plane was owned by Doug Bourn, a senior electrical engineer for Tesla Motors, and all three occupants were high-ranking officials employees at the electric car company. Authorities have not yet named the deceased.

38BREAKING: Three Tesla employees die in Palo Alto plane crash *UPDATE

A small, twin-engined Cessna crashed this morning in an East Palo Alto neighborhood, killing all three passengers on board. According to reports, the plane was owned by Doug Bourn, a senior electrical engineer for Tesla Motors, and all three occupants were high-ranking officials at the electric car company. Authorities have not yet named the deceased.

22Tesla moving HQ, building powertrain plant in Palo Alto

Tesla has announced that it's moving from its current digs in San Carlos, CA a few miles down the road to Palo Alto. The EV start-up will take over a three-building complex in the Stanford Research Park formerly occupied by Silicon Valley pioneers Hewlett-Packard and its spin-off Agilent Technologies. The buildings will be renovated to house Tesla's offices, engineering and research staff along with a new powertrain manufacturing facility. At first, the facility will have 350 employees but that

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