Reuters STEPHEN LAM
Firefighters were able to control a fire that broke out Thursday at the Tesla company for electric cars in Fremont, California, USA.
Aisha Knowles, a spokeswoman for the Fremont fire department, said the fire broke out on a portion of the plant’s property that was under construction.
The spokeswoman said the fire was caused by contact with a hydraulic fluid of molten aluminum.
According to initial reports, no one was injured in the accident.