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Tesla ‘fires up’ latest – ‘Suspicious death’ at factory in Fremont, California as firefighters find body, police say

ONE has died following a suspicious incident at the Tesla Factory in California on Monday.

The Fremont Fire Department responded to a report from Tesla of a person in the parking lot around 3:26 p.m.

One person died outside Tesla factory in California

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One person died outside Tesla factory in CaliforniaCredit: Google

Medical help was provided to the subject before they were pronounced dead.

Murder investigators arrived at the scene and took over the investigation.

Fremont police released a statement about the shooting on Monday. It read: “At approximately 3:26 p.m. on December 13, 2021, Fremont Fire Department personnel responded to Tesla about a report of a crashed object in a parking lot.

“Firefighters provided medical assistance and declared the subject deceased. Fremont Police investigators are on the scene and taking over the investigation.”

It is not clear at this time if any Tesla employees were injured or involved in the incident.

The Tesla factory in Fremont is the company’s only US vehicle assembly plant today. More than 10,000 employees work there according to Tesla’s website.

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Huynh Nguyen

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