Tesla Eager to Study Stolen Model S Split in Fiery CrashAlan Ohnsman
Tesla Motors Inc., the electric-car maker, said it wants to study the remnants of a stolen Model S sedan that split in half and burned after a high-speed chase and collision in Los Angeles.
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