Tesla bursts into flames after crash in Australia with two in it – with firefighters racing to put it out
A Tesla has caught fire after crashing with a non-electric vehicle at an intersection in Logan, south of Brisbane.
At the time of the collision, two motorists were inside, who were able to get out of the accident on their own.
They were checked over by paramedics, who quickly arrived and appeared to be unharmed.
The crash caused a huge sea of flames after an explosion and roads in the area were temporarily closed.
Electric vehicles are a growing problem for firefighters with increasing numbers on Australian roads and other inherent problems.
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