An electric car was left a charred wreck after it caught fire Sunday night in Massachusetts, firefighters said.
Its compromised electric batteries made the fire hard to extinguish, according to firefighters in Sutton. They said a water tanker was brought in to help put out the flames.
The people in the car were able to get out, the fire department said on Facebook.
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It appeared that the car hit a tree before the flames erupted, Sutton police said on Facebook.
Photos of the car's wreckage appeared to indicate it was a Tesla, but police and firefighters didn't specify the car's make.