By Matt Christopherson

(CBS Detroit) – GM is recalling 69,000 Chevy Bolts after some reportedly caught fire.

The automaker says 2017 – 2019 models are affected.

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There have been five reported cases so far, with two people suffering smoke inhalation and one house set on fire as a result.

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Engineers say they are working on a fix.

Safety regulators recommend parking the car outside until a temporary repair can be made.

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