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AFlorida jury found Tesla just 1% liable in the death of an 18-year-old man whose Model S sedan slammed into a concrete wall,

But ordered Elon Musk's electric car maker to pay $10.5 million to the driver's parents.

Monday's verdict by a Fort Lauderdale federal jury came in what lawyers for James and Jenny Riley called the first trial against Tesla over an accident involving its vehicles.

Urors found Tesla negligent for deactivating a "speed limiter" that the Rileys had installed to keep their son Barrett from driving too fast.

Barrett Riley was driving at 116 miles per hour (187 kph), on a curve with a posted 25 mph speed limit, on May 8, 2018,

When he lost control of his 2014 Model S while trying to pass another vehicle, causing a fire.

Though jurors found Barrett Riley 90% responsible and his father 9% responsible for the crash, it awarded James Riley $4.5 million and Jenny Riley $6 million.

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