Fire crews in Fremont, California, responded to a fire that erupted near the Tesla factory on Thursday afternoon.
The Fremont Fire Department said the flames started in a cardboard pile around 8:20 p.m. ET, on the southern end of Tesla’s property, igniting some grass and an unidentified building.
Aerial video from local news outlets showed firefighters dousing the flames with water. Another video showed a building engulfed in flames. A Tesla spokesperson was not immediately available for comment.
The fire was contained by 9:00 p.m., but firefighters remained on site to make sure there was no further threat.
There were no reports of injuries, according to a Fremont Fire spokesperson.
Aerial images show white sm0ke wafting from the area:
And here’s how the scene looked early on:
This story is developing. Updates to come.