David Kidd, Jeff Gilbert, Insurance Institute For Highway Safety discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Automatic emergency braking systems have been getting great test scores from the insurance institute for highway safety That's never a good thing Our current test beats of 12 and 25 mph are too low They don't really represent that many crashes reported to police Senior research scientist David Kidd says the test speed will go up to 35 to 45 mph they'll also change some of the target vehicles We found that in fatal rear end crashes people are hitting motorcycles and hitting heavy trucks or medium sized trucks pretty often so it's important for us to understand how well a B performers when faced with other vehicle types The results of the first new test should be out this summer With the core chronicles I'm Jeff Gilbert CBS News Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P One 45 Friday morning may 20th glad you're with necessarily our Sports time here's Steve Dresden We'll start with golf first round completed at the PGA Championship at southern hills located in Tulsa Oklahoma Rory McIlroy atop the leaderboard he fired a first round 5 under par 65 will sell a tourist Tom hoagie one stroke behind Matt kuchar Justin Thomas and Abraham answer just two strokes off the lead As first Tiger Woods is concerned a lesson impressive first round he shot a four over par 74 for Tiger Woods he had 5 of his 7 bogeys on the front 9 Over to the NBA playoffs they Eastern Conference Finals another blowout Celtics put out the heat one 27 and one O two Boston's Jayson Tatum with 27 points Marcus smart Jalen Brown each head 24 this series is tied at one apiece Stanley Cup playoffs the lightning down the Panthers two to one Tampa Bay coming up with a game winning goal which is 3.8 seconds left in regulation the lightning now lead this series two games to none And in women's college lacrosse Maryland's lippy may had 5 goals to lead the number two terps over Florida 18 to 5 on Thursday.

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