A nightmare erupted after a toddler got trapped in an EV during a heatwave 

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Joe Biden’s deadly race to impose electric vehicles (EVs) on all Americans just hit another speed bump.

More evidence is coming out showing that EVs aren’t safe.

And a nightmare erupted after a toddler got trapped in an EV during a heatwave.

Exploding batteries aren’t the only dangerous aspect of EVs.

Can’t stand the heat

When the battery on a Tesla dies, the interior can become a dangerously hot oven for someone trapped inside.

At least that’s what one Arizona woman just learned.

Renee Sanchez got an unfortunate lesson in just how quickly owning an EV can turn into a horrifying experience.

According to KPHO-TV, it was a scorching hot Arizona day as the Scottsdale woman got her 20-month-old granddaughter into her car seat for a trip to the Phoenix Zoo.

“And I closed the door, went around the car, got in the front seat, and my car was dead,” she said. “I could not get in. My phone key wouldn’t open it. My card key wouldn’t open it.”

The Tesla, who’s battery had died likely due to the intense heat, locked the little girl inside the scorching hot vehicle with no way to release her.

Sanchez then called 911 and Scottsdale firefighters responded to the scene.

“And when they got here, the first thing they said was, ‘Uggh, it’s a Tesla. We can’t get in these cars,’” Sanchez said. “And I said, ‘I don’t care if you have to cut my car in half. Just get her out.’”

Firefighters took an ax to one of the Tesla’s windows.

The anger sets in

As the situation escalated, the toddler became agitated and began to panic.

“She was OK for the first few minutes,” Sanchez said. “But as soon as the firemen came and all the commotion started and the windows started getting broken into, she started crying because she was scared.”

Fortunately, firefighters were able to free the girl from the car’s hot interior before any harm was done.

“After I knew she was safe, then the anger,” Sanchez said. “Then, all the thoughts of, oh my God, this could have been so much worse.”

Sanchez said that although Tesla is supposed to give owners a warning when the battery is ready to die, she never received any notice.

“When that battery goes, you’re dead in the water,” she said.

Sanchez also said she is reconsidering her once strong faith in Tesla.

“I give Tesla props. When it works, it’s great. But when it doesn’t, it can be deadly,” Sanchez said.

Tesla does have a way to get out of a car if its battery dies, but that’s no help when the only person inside the car is a toddler.

And there is also a method for jump-starting a Tesla whose battery has died, but it requires knowing how to do it, which is something most people don’t know how to do.

As Joe Biden continues to make every effort to force EVs on the American people, the growing list of problems should demand he hit the brakes on his deadly program.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.