Fire breaks out at Tesla factory in Fremont, California.The fire was quickly contained and caused no injuries or disruption to production."Theres no threat to the public at this time. The hazmat team is monitoring both the atmosphere conditions and the fire," Fremont Deputy Fire Chief Amiel Thurston said.A fire broke out at Tesla's car production plant in Fremont, California Saturday night, but was contained and did not impact vehicle production.According to The Mercury News, citing Fremont Deputy Fire Chief Amiel Thurston, the fire broke out at around 8.25 p.m. PT (11.25 p.m. ET) and started in "a 10 foot by 10 foot area containing hazardous waste in an exterior storage area." The fire was quickly contained, Thurston said."Theres no threat to the public at this time. The hazmat team is monitoring both the atmosphere conditions and the fire," Thurston said.Read more: Tesla's VP of global recruiting is leaving the companyhere are all the key names who have departed in recent monthsAccording to a CNBC report, Tesla confirmed no employees were injured. The fire did not impact any vehicle production operations, CNBC added.There have been several incidents of individual Tesla cars catching fire in recent years, and as recently as December it was reported that a Tesla Model S in Los Gatos, California caught fire after getting a flat tire.The first fire started minutes after the Model S was towed to an auto-repair shop. The vehicle reignited in the evening, the department said. The fires caused no injuries.In June 2018, a Model Ssuddenly caught firein Los Angeles. The fire drew attention after the actress Mary McCormackwhose husband, the British director Michael Morris, was driving the vehicle shared a videoof iton Twitter.Join the conversation about this storyNOW WATCH: How Apple went from a $1 trillion company to losing over 20% of its share price Click here to read full news..