Screengrab via WSB-TV (Fair Use)
Atlanta's WSB-TV reports that a Georgia family is claiming that the social media company is reportedly responsible for their daughter's brutal car crash last September. The teen had the app open as she hit speeds in excess of 100 mph before colliding with another car.
In a statement to WSB-TV, a Snapchat spokesperson had this to say about the car crash:
No Snap is more important than someone's safety. We actively discourage our community from using the speed filter while driving, including by displaying a... warning message in the app itself.
Immediately following the incident, the driver posted a selfie snap depicting her clearly wounded from accident with the words "lucky to be alive" overlaid on her visage.