South Florida now has two cases of Teslas bursting into flames. Here’s where else it’s happened.

A deadly weekend car crash in Davie involving a Tesla caused even more alarm when the vehicle’s battery reignited several times after being towed, but it isn’t the first time the technology has posed a challenge for emergency responders.

While the list is short, there are other cases within the last decade where electric vehicle batteries — especially in Teslas — have caught fire, and not all of them were caused by crashes.

Electric-vehicle fires can be more difficult to put out than gasoline-power car fires, prompting some emergency responders to train on how to extinguish them.

In some cases, the batteries short-circuited or were damaged while driving.