Porsche, Tesla complete loss after fire in Kaysville

A Porsche and a Tesla were a complete loss after a fire in Kaysville Thursday morning. Photo Courtesy: Kaysville Fire Department

KAYSVILLE, Utah, May 21, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — A Porsche and a Tesla were a complete loss after a fire in Kaysville Thursday morning.

“This morning at 7:33 a.m. Davis County dispatch took a report of smoke in the area of Crestwood Road and Ice Pond Road,” said a Facebook post from Kaysville Fire Department. “Our crews went en route and could see a large, black smoke header from Main Street, prompting them to upgrade the alarm to a residential structure fire.”

Upon their arrival, Rescue Engine 61 found two vehicles well-involved in fire with flames impinging on a residential home, the post said. Kaysville Fire Department was supported by crews from Layton Fire Department and Farmington Fire Department. Two engines, one ladder truck, two ambulances and two chiefs responded to the scene.

“Fire control was quickly achieved and damage to the structure was limited,” the post said. “No firefighters or members of the public were injured.”

Davis County fire investigators responded to the scene with investigators from the State Fire Marshal’s Office; the cause of the fire is under investigation.

Gephardt Daily will have more on this developing story as information is made available.

A Porsche and a Tesla were a complete loss after a fire in Kaysville Thursday morning. Photo Courtesy: Kaysville Fire Department

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