Crews are cleaning up after a fire at a Tesla at a dealership in Norwell, Massachusetts.
- A car battery caught fire last week prompting an emergency response.
- Norwell firefighters say no one was hurt, but the lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles can cause longer-burning fires because of all the power they store, which can be challenging.
- This type of battery fire can take up to 24 hours to fully cool and can often reignite.
- Has your car ever caught fire?