NTSB investigating Tesla crash, fire that killed 2 teens

Barrett Riley and Edgar Monserratt were traveling near an area known as "dead man's curve" in Fort Lauderdale when their Tesla Model S hit a wall and burst into flames, authorities said.
0:26 | 05/10/18

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Federal investigators are looking into another deadly crash involving a Tesla and this one in South Florida. Police say speed was likely the cause of that crash that killed two high schools she dense. The car they were driving there had a lithium ion battery that burst into flames on impact. The NTSB says it wants investigate how emergency crews responded to the fire. The battery and a card a crash in California by the way reportedly reignited as well several times.

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