Five mothers driving Tesla died in a violent crash near an elementary school, according to Ohio police.

The Ohio school district mourns the deaths of five mothers who died in a car accident near an elementary school.

According to officials, Christie Coder was driving a 2021 Tesla Model Y on the morning of November 8. Overturn through the side of the road, WLWT reported. According to the television station, the electric car subsequently ignited.

Electric car Complex efforts to extinguish a fire, Captain Mike Masterson of the Pierce Township Fire Department told WCPO.

“A normal car fire is usually extinguished when it is extinguished. It’s over, we can go,” Masterson said. “Now we find that the batteries are shorting to us, and they just keep generating heat and keep reigniting.”

Coder vehicle Hit the pole during the crashAccording to WXIX, power is being lost at the nearby Marwin Elementary School.

Authorities saidVery long time“The elementary school said.

According to WLWT, Coder was the parent of two children in Mason City’s middle school and three in high school.

“Our comet community mourns the death of 5-year-old Mason’s mother, who died in a car accident this morning.” Mason City School said in a statement.. “We are heartbroken by the Coder family and know that they need our love, our prayers, and our respect for their privacy.”

GoFundMe states that the coder worked at Bethesda North Hospital.

Marwin Elementary School is located in Withamsville, about 18 miles east of Cincinnati.

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