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4,500 gallons of water used to put out Tesla fire, officials say

Summary by Ground News
Sacramento fire crews used about 4,500 gallons of water to fully extinguish a Tesla. Firefighters knocked the fire down, but the car kept re-igniting in the battery compartment. In the end, the crew and the wrecking yard staff created a small pit filled with water.
4,500 gallons of water used to put out Tesla fire, officials say
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USA Today

California firefighters use 4,500 gallons of water to extinguish Tesla fire that kept reigniting

Sacramento firefighters had to create a water pit to extinguish a Tesla that kept reigniting in a wrecking yard.

6 days ago·United States
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IBTimes

Tesla Fire That Kept Reigniting Took 4,500 Gallons Of Water To Put Out By Firefighters

A Tesla spontaneously caught on fire and kept re-igniting several times after firefighters tried to put it out in a California wrecking yard.

6 days ago·United States
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Washington Examiner

Burning Tesla takes 4,500 gallons of water to extinguish

A Tesla Model S abandoned in a California wrecking yard caught fire and required roughly 4,500 gallons of water to extinguish earlier this month.

6 days ago·Washington, United States
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WSVN

California crews use over 4,000 gallons of water to put out Tesla fire

(WSVN) - Firefighters in California had to use around 4,500 gallons of water to extinguish a Tesla that kept re-igniting after it had been parked...

6 days ago·Miami, United States
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WFLA-TV

4,500 gallons of water used to put out Tesla fire, officials say

(WFLA) — It took thousands of gallons of water to extinguish a fire in a Sacramento wrecking yard, according to fire officials. The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said a Tesla was involved i…

6 days ago
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KTVU FOX 2

California crews use 4,500 gallons of water to put out Tesla fire

Sacramento fire crews used about 4,500 gallons of water to fully extinguish a Tesla that kept re-igniting and then ended up submerging the high-tech car into a makeshift pond to fully quell the blaze. 

6 days ago·Oakland, United States
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