PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Police are investigating after a driver reportedly put his Tesla car in autopilot mode and crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

The Detroit Free Press reports Albert Scaglione and his son-in-law Tim Yanke both survived the rollover crash last Friday near Bedford.

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The crash came just one day after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a report on a fatal crash in May involving a Tesla in autopilot.

Tesla told the Free Press that there was no evidence that the autopilot was activated on the Model X car before the crash.

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“We received an automated alert from this vehicle on July 1 indicating air bag deployment, but logs containing detailed information on the state of the vehicle controls at the time of the collision were never received,” Tesla said in a statement. “This is consistent with damage of the severity reported in the press, which can cause the antenna to fail.”

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Pennsylvania State Police say the driver told them he had activated the autopilot feature just before the crash.