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ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss prosecutors have begun looking into the circumstances of a fatal crash of a Tesla ( TSLA.O ) electric car last week that firefighters think may have set off a fire in the vehicle’s battery. An electric-powered Tesla car burns after a crash on the Swiss A2 motorway on Monte Ceneri near Bellinzona, Switzerland May 10, 2018. Picture taken on May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rescue Media. A spokesman for prosecutors in the southern canton of Ticino said authorities were examining what led to the accident. It was too early to discuss the cause at this stage, he added. “So far the only thing for sure is that there was an accident with a Tesla,” he said, declining to say when results of the investigation are expected. Full story

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