CA Tesla Crash Kills Three in Massive Fire

A local southern CA news story says a Tesla driver killed himself and two others when he crashed at high speed in a school lot. The only survivor was someone pulled from the vehicle by a neighbor.

The single-vehicle crash occurred just after 11 p.m. Saturday in the 39400 block of Whitewood Road, according to the Murrieta Police Department.

Agency spokeswoman Dominique Samario said the Tesla was traveling in an unknown direction when it went out of control and crashed in the parking lot of Alta Murrieta Elementary School, catching fire.

“One male occupant was discovered outside the vehicle with severe injuries,” Samario said. “The male was transported to a local hospital. Murrieta police and Murrieta Fire & Rescue personnel discovered three occupants inside the vehicle after the fire was extinguished. The occupants were pronounced deceased at the scene.”

Traveling in an unknown direction. The three bodies were found after fire was extinguished, begging the question why they couldn’t be pulled out in time to survive.

Skid marks could still be seen on the road in front of the crash scene…

2 thoughts on “CA Tesla Crash Kills Three in Massive Fire”

  1. I have 2 Teslas and they breaking after every update for long time. Plus it far worse if the car on autopilot, which not even work right on the freeway.

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