A Tesla Motors Inc. vehicle is displayed during the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 15, 2013. Tesla, the top-selling maker of premium electric cars, said a customer was unhurt in a crash and fire this month in Mexico in which a Model S struck a concrete barrier.
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Tesla Motors shares dropped Monday after reports of a second fiery crash involving the company’s Model S electric car. On Oct. 17 in Merida, Mexico, a Model S sped into a roundabout, crashed through a concrete wall and hit a tree.