Bringing the Evo 1 out of hibernation today, It crashed. I was in the process of testing the dependability of my oldest and probable most used batteries. While on #2 and #3 battery that I fully charged yesterday, #2 went to 3 lights and 18 minutes flight time. After hovering and doing some orientation and checking functions it went low battery warning, then damaged battery and landed right where it started on the picnic table. No problem, Went to #3 and started off the same way with 20 minutes FT, yes I know so save it. Doing very low altitude while walking behind it, I noticed 18, then 15, then 13 minutes very quickly. I was in the process of getting it on the ground when it went to critical low and shot up to RTH altitude, realizing what was happening I tried to steer it though some tree branches. I don't think it was actually working but looked like it did avoiding a few but went up into the cover and hit some small branches. I estimate altitude about 55 to 65 feet. I watched it overturn and come down upside down. Not sure if the motors were still running but I'm guess they were in full power heading for the Hard top all the while trying to steer it. Again, not sure if I was steering but it did seen to get over the few feet that I needed and went into some light brush but did make it to harder ground and what I would consider a very hard landing. The battery came off and landed about 5 feet away. When I turned it over, I expected pieces to fall off of it and camera gimbal broke. I found that it was all intact after I opened the two rear landing gear that folded. I snapped the battery back on not thinking to shut it off first and the did its thing. Lights all came on. Top of drone and battery are all marked up but everything it together. Engine fired up with the props spinning on the picnic table. Shut it down, to look at it and clean it up at home. Even though I dislike Autel, I have always liked this drone until the EOL issues and battery issues. It is one tough bird. I cleaned it up and was looking at the props for damage, they really should have broken but were intact. I was going to change them and I still will but left them on until I could find the answer to this. The front and rear props on the starboard side, one blade on the set both front and rear is shorter by about a 1/2 inch. The two sets on the port side both blades are the same length. The new blades which I haven't put on yet are the same. ???. I'm going to continue on test the rest on the batteries 10 of them if the drone still functions as it should. It will be for sale after I see what I have. Buying a new drone, it won't be an Autel but I did like this Evo 1 largely due to Autel's policies. Upset about the crash but not really.