So many teslas have crashed through storefronts, parking lots, driveways, signage, garages and homes that it becomes hard to distinguish one from another.
I'll repeat again what I said in other threads, that just because many of these cases involve driver error, that shouldn't let Tesla, Elon Musk and the cult following off the hook. They typically use the driver as a scapegoat, thus the problems with Tesla typically don't get corrected. Typically there are many causal and/or contributing factors to accidents; hence why the "Swiss cheese model" of safety and investigation should be followed.
As I said before on other threads; Tesla, Elon Musk, and the cult following are ignorant of and/or disregard the psychology and engineering of "human factors" that consider physical and psychological aspects that contribute to driver error.
Tesla cockpit layout and Tesla hype/marketing has contributed to many of these driver errors. Pedal placement seems to have contributed to some accidents. Over dependency on regenerative braking, has contributed to many Tesla drivers becoming complacent, non-vigilant, derelict, incompetent and non-proficient at conventional brake operation.
Tesla hype also has a tendency to cause Tesla drivers to be overconfident and over dependent on anti-collision (aka: automatic emergency braking) that is not as good as hyped. Regretfully many Tesla owners and Tesla drivers have been seduced by the Tesla hype.
The cockpit layout also leads to Tesla drivers misusing confusing controls when not properly adapted to the Tesla or reverting to standard cockpit thinking. Reportedly Tesla drivers have confused forward and reverse and have accidentally activated "autopilot" resume with tragic results.