A Tesla Model S has been destroyed by a massive fire on a Supercharger charging station in Norway. According to the local media, the accident took place in Kristiansand, Norway, about 200 miles southwest of capital Oslo. 

The owner of the Model S parked his car, plugged in and left it charging the batteries. Shortly after this, the Model S caught fire and was completely destroyed. The local firefighters were smart and used foam to stop the fire. 

Shortly after that, the Tesla Motors has released a statement saying that nobody was harmed in the fire and it will also start a full investigation. The result will be shared as soon as possible. 

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As you may have read, the Tesla Model S is one of the best-selling cars in Norway.
 
 
 

Source: NRK