Irony: Tesla Model S Crashes Into Pole. Causes Blackout
Aug 16, 2013 12:47
Talk about irony. A Tesla Model S recently crashed into a utility pole causing a black out for a few hours. Here are some details:
Before police could release the electric vehicle to be loaded onto the flatbed wrecker, they had to secure information on how to turn off the Tesla Model S. Officials received technical instructions, and the all electric 4-door car was shut down.
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