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Tesla Spontaneous Combustion - On Fire
« on: Sep 25, 2019, 05:25:08 pm »
 

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https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/fully-engulfed-flames-truck-hauling-tesla-vehicles-spontaneously-combusts-i-80
"Fully Engulfed In Flames": Truck Hauling Tesla Vehicles Spontaneously Combusts On I-80



The fire forced the Nevada Highway Patrol to close the freeway to eastbound traffic Tuesday night into Wednesday morning...

A truck that was hauling Tesla vehicles down I-80 caught fire on Tuesday night and forced the Nevada Highway Patrol to close the freeway to eastbound traffic, according to the Elko Daily Free Press.

The incident was called into the Highway Patrol at about 9:10PM local time on Tuesday night and the truck's cargo of Tesla vehicles was reportedly "fully engulfed in flames".

The Nevada Highway Patrol released the following image of the truck:

After closing the freeway Tuesday night, work on cleaning up debris continued into Wednesday morning.

Four separate authorities responded to the fire, including the Eureka Sheriff's Office, the Carlin Fire Department, the Elko County Fire Protection District and the City of Elko and Lee Engine Company.
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Recall, back in June we reported that Tesla had admitted a Model S that spontaneously combusted in a Shanghai parking garage was caused by a "single battery module malfunction."

Tesla said then that it didn't find a "systematic flaw" after its investigation into the car's battery, software and manufacturing data (other than the car catching fire, unprovoked, randomly?)

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Another Tesla driver burned to death
Published on Feb 25, 2019

A Florida Tesla driver was burned beyond recognition in a deadly accident. It is the latest accident involving Tesla’s vaunted “autopilot” function, but it is as yet unclear whether the driver or the car is to blame. Tesla is “deeply saddened by the accident.” RT America’s John Huddy reports. He then joins Rick Sanchez to discuss Tesla’s culpability in the matter and what it means for the company’s future.



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