Emergency responders need more training on EV fires, NTSB warns

Emergency responders need more training on EV fires, NTSB warns

Polestar 2 crash testFirst responders need more training to deal with the possible fire risk from crashed electric cars, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said in a report released Wednesday. In high-speed crashes with high impact forces, lithium-ion battery cells are likely to be damaged, creating a fire risk, the NTSB said in a press release…

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