Putting out a Tesla fire once is
one thing. Putting out a Tesla fire that kept reigniting three weeks after it was taken to the junkyard is another entirely.
Tesla blaze was a first for the
city's firefighting department, and a confusing first at that — both because water alone wouldn't put out the battery fire
Tesla was sitting in a junkyard when
they were called to the scene, and although the department's crews "knocked the fire down," it kept on reigniting.
It took the firefighters
"a significant amount of time, water, and thinking outside the box to extinguish
They were finally able to fully
extinguish the fire after the firefighters and junkyard workers "created a small pit, placed the car inside it, and filled the pit with water
Though this is a particularly
egregious example, electric vehicle battery fires are far from a new phenomenon.
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