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Injured woman by a car after using Google Maps

by Mary
June 1, 2010 at 4:37 pm

A woman from Utah was hit by a car while she was guiding with Google Maps application on your mobile phone.


Disconnected from reality while she was attentive around the screen, the woman stepped into the street following the directions on the map.Arriving there, she continued on without wondering why cars come toward her.

The application has calculated the shortest route, but the application did not told that the street has no sidewalk.Therefore, after being run over by a car, the woman decided to sue Google Inc. and to seek damages of $ 100,000.

She will probably lose. The Maps application is still in beta version on the routes field for pedestrians, aspect pointed from the route planning.

Image source: CNN

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