Tesla Explodes Into Flames On Pennsylvania Highway, Requires 24X More Water To Extinguish Than Gas Car

Tesla Explodes Into Flames On Pennsylvania Highway, Requires 24X More Water To Extinguish Than Gas Car


A Tesla exploded into flames on a Pennsylvania highway this week and spewed toxic fumes from its lithium ion battery for a considerable amount of time because it took firefighters a significantly longer period of time to extinguish the fire compared to vehicles that use a standard combustion engine.

The incident happened at approximately 11 a.m. Tuesday on Interstate 80 at the 137 mile marker, the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 said in a statement.

The fire reportedly ignited after the family that was driving the car ran over a piece of debris that caused the car to catch on fire. No one was hurt as everyone was able to quickly get out of the vehicle.

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“As Engine Tanker 17 and Engine Tanker 19 arrived on scene

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