A battery pack undergoing "extreme testing" caused an explosion at the GM Technical Center in Warren, Michigan earlier this week. Local news reports indicate that 5 people were injured in the explosion. According to a statement from the company, the battery that caused the blast is "unrelated to the Chevrolet Volt or any other production vehicle."
The GM statement also indicated that, "Chemical gases from the battery cells were released and real cialis without prescription ignited in the enclosed chamber. The battery itself was intact." Conventional automotive batteries can produce hydrogen gas which can explode in the presence of http://www.bsz-wurzen.de/buy-cialis-on-line a spark or flame, as well.
This kind of news is likely to spur concers about the www.fluestertuete.de safety of electric vehicles from some corners, and GM has been quick to canadian healthcare note that the accident was not related to any of their production vehicles in order to allay concerns from drivers of their vehicles. Accidents are an occasional consequence of stressful testing, and this shouldn't be taken as a sign that electric vehicles are somehow far more dangerous than previously thought.
link: Edmunds Inside Line
via: Michigan Radio
image: WXYZ News
written by jerryjordan, January 06, 2014
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