Tesla’s electric car burst, driver died on the spot


Tesla’s electric car driver died after the vehicle ignited after the accident, according to firefighters at the scene in Clermont County.
According to the sender, the crash occurred around 4 pm. Monday morning at Gaskins Road and Red Fox Avenue.

The dispatcher reported that Tesla hit Paul and the driver was found dead on the scene.

The accident forced the nearby Merwin Elementary School in Withamsville to close on Monday due to a lack of electricity. The driver’s name and identity have not been revealed.

According to the report of August’s Business Insider, firefighters face challenges in fighting fires from electric vehicles.

As per this report firefighters in Austin, Texas, needed “40 times more water to house a Tesla” than “a traditional petrol car that lit.”

Firefighters quoted the report as saying that the lithium battery in the Model X car “may burn for hours after the accident.” According to the Tesla Model Safety Guide, it may take 3,000 to 8,000 gallons of water to extinguish a battery.

Tesla further stated on its website that “one Tesla vehicle broke out for every 205 million miles traveled” between 2012 and 2020.