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A bad week for burning cars. A good week for Good Samaritans.
A video of Cleveland area firefighters putting out a car fire during a raging snowstorm last weekend highlights largely unknown fire dangers for motorists.
A video released last week shows a group of Maryland police officers rushing toward a burning car to rescue the people trapped inside.
In a stunning display of every-day heroism, a group of motorists ran to the rescue of a woman trapped in a burning wreck after a ten-car pileup in Binghamton, New York.
Italian supercars have a well-deserved reputation for sexy styling, fiery, passionate souls, and eye-wateringly high performance. And sometimes they catch fire.
A McLean, Virginia man is in police custody today after ramming his SUV into a restaurant and causing a massive fire.
A Los Angeles couple is alive today thanks to the bravery and quick action of some Good Samaritans and the Los Angeles Police Department.
A Vero Beach, FL, woman is alive today thanks to the quick thinking and selfless bravery of a pair of sheriff's deputies.
Two California women and their children are alive today thanks to the timely actions of a California Highway Patrol officer.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a Preliminary Evaluation into the 2015 Jeep Cherokee because one caught fire while parked in California. The owner had reportedly only purchased the SUV about two days before the blaze, and the vehicle had less than 100 miles on it. Much of the incident was captured on camera.
The stationary revving of high-horsepower, high-cylinder-count Italian engines may be an adolescent pleasure among the world's wealthy, but it's a mechanical display of machismo we're usually prepared to indulge simply because it sounds so great. And it's a spectacle made all the better when one's exhaust spits flames, right? Well, most of the time. Check out this Lamborghini driver, who gets a bit exuberant with his right foot only to have disaster strike.
Three good Samaritans, one of whom just happened to be a Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad officer, saved an elderly man after he crashed his car Wednesday.
Tesla Motors shares dropped Monday after reports of a second fiery crash involving the company's Model S electric car.
Despite earlier reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced it will not be filing a formal investigation into the fire that engulfed a Tesla Model S earlier this month, as the agency says there was no evidence to suggest the fire was due to a manufacturer defect or that the car was in violation of government-mandated safety standards, according to Automotive News.