Small fire breaks out near Tesla factory in Fremont


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A little fire at Tesla Motors’ Fremont, California, factory.

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A little fire broke out at Tesla Motors’ factory in Fremont, California, on Thursday, sending out a cloud of black smoke in the air prior to firemens rapidly snuffed out the blaze.

The fire began at about 5: 20 p.m. on a cardboard stack near the factory test track and after that infected an outdoors structure and stimulated a yard fire, the Fremont Fire Department informed SFGate. The fire was consisted of around 6 p.m. and there were no injuries reported.

The reason for the fire is under examination.

“This evening, some cardboard and shipping materials being prepared for recycling on our southern fence line caught fire, along with a small patch of grass next to a Tesla parking lot,” Tesla stated a declaration. “We would like to thank the Fremont Fire Department for their rapid response.”

Tesla’s Model 3 is produced at the Fremont center, however an individual acquainted with the factory’s design stated the fire wasn’t near the basic assembly camping tent and it will not affect production.

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