A large blaze has started at a Telsa car dealership.
But what do we know so far?
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service raced to the dealership the County Oak Way Tesla dealership in Crawley, at 10:29 am.
A spokeswoman said: “It’s an eight pump fire going on and it is well alight.
“There is external fire fighting at the moment using an aerial ladder platform.”
“We were called at 10.29am, crews at scene. Please avoid this busy area.”
Social media users have described it as a “significant fire”
It comes as Telsa founder Elon Musk said cars will have a “dog mode” to protect pet pooches from overheating.
The billionaire entrepreneur announced that the new programme would be rolled out to his fleet of Model 3 electric vehicles next week.
It will be able to detect when a pet is locked inside the car – and keep the temperature at a safe level.
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There will also likely be a display or some form of communication to inform passers-by that the dog is safe.
The new update comes after the tech guru was inundated with tweets from customers.
Telsa was founded on July 1, 2003 in San Carlos, California.
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