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Michelle Jones

Michelle Jones was a television news producer for eight years. She produced the morning news programs for the NBC affiliates in Evansville, Indiana and Huntsville, Alabama and spent a short time at the CBS affiliate in Huntsville. She has experience as a writer and public relations expert for a wide variety of businesses.

  • Alan Dean Foster

    Careful Jim; you might spontaneously combust.

  • Alan Dean Foster

    It’s the shorts who are burning, not the car.

  • hazard0us

    Who is this knucklehead Michelle Jones? “Make sure the headline says ‘fire in a Tesla Model S'” comes the order. Therefore, even though the article describes it as a car that caught fire because it was in a garage that was on fire… the headline still reads “Tesla Model S caught fire.” Please… such click-bait crap…

    Tesla has “definitively determined that it did not originate in the battery, the charging system, the adapter or the electrical receptacle, as these components were untouched by the fire.”

  • Naworb McGee

    Did you even read the story? Troll alert

  • geoffrey bailey

    Jim: You’re broker just called. He wants you to put more money into your account again because your TSLA short positions brought your margin account below minimum requirements again.

  • geoffrey bailey

    News Alert!!! Tesla Model S drives by a house that’s on fire and shorts get burned again!

  • Jim5437532

    A brand-new Tesla seemingly spontaneously combusts, even though it allegedly wasn’t even wrecked or charging.

    Elon Musk promised over a month ago, that the replacement adapters would be mailed out in two weeks under the recall. Yet over a month later Tesla customers are complaining that they still have not received the replacement adapters. Tesla customers are still using adapters that overheat, melt and burn. Many customers allegedly haven’t even been notified by Tesla that there is a fire hazard or a recall. Customers are still using defective adapters. Tesla charge adapters have overheated, melted and burned even after the recall. Tesla needs to stop dragging its feet. Tesla needs to start taking safety seriously.

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