Mother and 13-year-old daughter die in Tesla crash after their car hit a tree and burst into flames just minutes away from their California home

Mother and 13-year-old daughter die in Tesla crash after their car hit a tree and burst into flames just minutes away from their California home: Cause of fatal accident remains a mystery

  • Beidi Chambers and her daughter, Elyse died on the afternoon of June 14 when their Tesla model Y fatally crashed into a tree and went up in flames
  • The pair were driving to a doctor’s appointment just minutes from their home
  • The heartbroken father, Christopher Chambers said he was ‘still in denial’ and is trying to find out how this tragic accident occurred
  • Tesla Motors notoriously defective electronics may be the cause.

A California mother and her 13-year-old daughter were killed in a fiery crash when their Tesla hit a tree just minutes away from their Santa Clara California home.

Beidi and Elyse Chambers were driving to a doctor’s appointment on the afternoon of June 14 when their Tesla model Y slammed into a tree and burst into flames, killing the pair instantly.

Tesla Motors notoriously defective electronics may be the cause.

Christopher Chambers, their heartbroken husband and father, told Kron 4 News that he got a call from the doctor’s office when his wife and daughter did not arrive for their appointment.

After he checked the Tesla app to find their location and tried to call them but got no answer he drove with his eight-year-old son, Ethan along the same route as his wife took.

Moments later he saw a mangled car engulfed in black smoke and fire surrounded by dozens of firefighters and first responders on the scene of what he learned was his wife’s vehicle.

‘It was a day, I thought, like any other,’ he wrote in a post. ‘I didn’t even say goodbye.’

The Chambers Family photo: (l-r) Elyse, 13, Christopher, Beidi and eight-year-old Ethan

The Chambers Family photo: (l-r) Elyse, 13, Christopher, Beidi and eight-year-old Ethan

Chambers said that firefighters and the police would not let him close to the burning vehicle and said they were ‘very gentle.’

‘One of the firefighters came over to me and held me and made eye contact, and he just said, “keep your memories.”

‘”Remember them that way because if we left and you see them, then that’s something you would never forget.”

‘I don’t want to forget. I don’t ever want to forget. But I’m still in denial. It’s not possible,’ Chambers said.

The distraught Chambers described his wife as ‘strong and smart.’ He said that the pair had met in China when they were both students.

He said that his wife always ‘had high expectations for her family.’

‘She was just a very remarkable person. Always, always striving for more,’ he said.

His daughter Elyse, he recalled was a blossoming musician who was good natured with a ‘good heart.’

‘She was genuinely nice to everyone,’ he said. ‘I couldn’t have forced her to be nasty or mean or anything. I just couldn’t because that just wasn’t who she was.’

Chambers said he is trying to find out more about the circumstances leading to their tragic deaths.

He told the news outlet: ‘Whatever comes out of all this about how they ended up where they did, it shouldn’t have exploded, caught fire whatever you want call it, so quickly that they couldn’t get out.’

Chambers said firefighters held him back when he got to the fiery scene. 'Remember them that way because if we left and you see them, then that's something you would never forget'

Chambers said firefighters held him back when he got to the fiery scene. ‘Remember them that way because if we left and you see them, then that’s something you would never forget’

In a GoFundMe created by Chambers to help raise funds for his wife and daughter’s burial he shared how his love story with his wife began.

He wrote: ‘I’m Christopher Chambers. Until June 14th, 2023, I would have honestly said I was the luckiest man alive.’

‘I met Beidi while studying in China, where she was a student and volunteer language tutor at Tsing Hua University.’

‘Her intelligence and poise captured me, and we soon started dating. Our first trip together took us to Inner Mongolia, marking the beginning of a series of unforgettable adventures.’

‘Despite my school year ending, (and my scholarship money) I stayed in Beijing, working as a freelance English teacher just to be close to her.

A few short years later we married and moved to the United States, full of dreams and aspirations. We launched our careers, had two beautiful children, and started building our American Dream.

Chambers said that ‘their sudden absence has left a deep scar on our family.’

‘I humbly ask you now to help our family find a beautiful, peaceful place for Beidi and Elyse to rest together, side by side – somewhere close where friends and family can visit them to honor and remember two beautiful lives cut short, gone in the blink of an eye,’ he wrote.

As of Saturday afternoon, more than $68,000 was raised surpassing their initial goal of $50,000.

Author: swmof88