Distracted Driver Incident (DDI) - This type of failure to date can not be "proven" as a fault in the ABS Brake system so the driver is blamed for the accident. The brake fails and has NO stopping force on the car, so the car rolls until natural forces stop it, or the car hits something. NHTSA continually invents new distracted driver laws to give the certified accident investigator something to put in the accident report for this type of of crash. However, these do not address the "root cause" so little progress is made to make the roads safer.
Spectacular Crash Incident (SCI) - These accidents are picked out for local TV and Newspaper stories. Many achieve national news. A common description for this failure is Sudden (Unintended) Acceleration but is not recognized by accident investigators in its many accident results. This failure causes cars to end up on roofs, inside buildings, in water, or in general where the remains of the accident can not be recognized as a vehicle.