<a href=”https://twitter.com/Tesla?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@Tesla</a> That is what occurred to my husband and his car at this time. No accident,out of the blue, in traffic on Santa Monica Blvd. Thanks to the type couple who flagged him down and advised him to tug over. And thank god my three little women weren’t in the car with him <a href=”https://t.co/O4tPs5ftVo”>pic.twitter.com/O4tPs5ftVo</a>
Actor Mary McCormack has shared video of her husband’s Tesla car taking pictures flames whereas in Southern California traffic.
McCormack mentioned in an accompanying tweet Friday that there was “no accident” and the incident was “out of the blue.”
Sheriff’s Lt. William Nash in West Hollywood mentioned Saturday that deputies noticed smoke coming from the electrical car after which fireplace.
Deputies requested assist from firefighters who shortly extinguished the flames.
Tesla known as the incident “an awfully uncommon incidence” and mentioned it’s investigating.
Nash mentioned the driving force, who was not named in a log entry, was out of the car and there have been no accidents. Nash mentioned the log entry cited the potential for a defective battery.
Representatives for McCormack didn’t instantly return a message Saturday in search of remark. She is married to director Michael Morris.