I mean those by definition would still be accidents, it’s not like the driver intended to crash .Interesting article. Two comments:
1. In my mind one overlooked feature of EVs is that they can provide heating (or cooling) for extended times. This makes them safer than ICE cars. For example, when stuck on a road closed due to snow & ice or a crash. Most EVs, depending on battery size and SOC can 'idle' 12 - 24 hours. Whereas most ICE cars can't.
2. They should know better than use 'accident' to describe a crash. A crash can be non-accidental due to careless / dangerous / distracted driving.