In Sacramento, a Tesla Model S that was in a serious accident, burst into flames. That’s not the surprising item here, however… it’s that it did so 3 weeks after the accident. As usual, when these happen, it takes a lot of effort to put out the fires which rage for days on end. In this case, dropping it into a pit of 4500 gallons of water was what was needed to contain the little mini-disaster. Not much different from normal, however.
A totaled Tesla Model S burst into flames in a Sacramento junkyard earlier this month, causing a fire that took “a significant amount of time, water, and thinking outside the box to extinguish,” firefighters said.