Firefighters on Friday were trying to put out a fire that engulfed a Tesla factory in California’s city of Fremont, according to NBC Bay Area. Footage from the site showed firefighters battling the massive blaze at the Tesla plan in Fremont.
“The fire is burning outside the plant in what appears to be a cardboard storage area on plant property,” the news outlet wrote to Twitter alongside shocking footage of the blaze.
The video clip showed plumes of smoke rising into the sky as firefighter tried to put out the raging fire with water. The rescue officials were seen standing on ladders as they made their attempts to control the blaze.
“Firefighters are at the scene of a 2-alarm fire at the Tesla Factory (45500 Fremont Blvd). The fire is outside and mainly comprised of packing materials (cardboard pallets),” the Fremont Fire Department wrote on Twitter.
Thankfully, no one was injured in the process. The outlet added that firefighters didn’t need to evacuate anyone at the scene of the 2-alarm fire at the plan of the electric car manufacturer.
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