The engineer may have already been dispatched to see what caused the initial fire. The motor becomes a generator when towed so am wondering if they forgot to disengage that part of the circuit.
Not that the engineers can do anything, more like trying to gather data to fight the upcoming...
I liked the part where the Tesla engineer removed the fuse making it safe for transport. Wonder if he was already there investigating the 1st time it caught on fire?
It looks like the suicide rate among Tesla vehicles is pretty high.
The reason I guessed a rifle caliber round is and 7.62 is t that it likely traveled at least 100yds and punched through 4 layers of sheet steel with oil as a filler. Not likely pistol caliber round would have enough umph after 100 yds to do that damage.
Get an American Express card and use it to buy gas or at any convenience store. Those are the most common places to get your card jacked. Mine kept getting jacked until I discovered it was the Texaco station right here in Locust Grove.
Supposedly, a worker was using a torch and there was no fire watch. It is not specified whether it is a cutting torch or a brazing torch and possibly either could have been used in the attic area.
I am sure the blame for such a tragedy is trying to be put on anything but a simple human error...
I am sure you have all heard this story by now. Other recent statistics show over 1000 case of church vandalism in France. No one is pointing any fingers but saying all has happened since they opened their borders to all. All the media outlets are speculating and all but saying the "m" word...
Looks like some kind of inverted tanto blade. Doesn't look like any of the edges are sharp. I am sure the high price is due to the limited production run and mostly likely would be a paperweight more than an EDC knife.