A 2019 Tesla Model 3 on Saturday morning crashed into a state trooper police car and a Mercedes SUV. The driver says she was using the Autopilot feature at the time of the accident.

The news comes at a time when Tesla’s Autopilot — its the electric car's advanced driver assistance system — has faced increased scrutiny over its safety.

An investigation is underway to determine whether Autopilot caused the crash.

A statement from the Florida Highway Patrol says that the officer had stopped and parked their car to help the 2012 Mercedes GLK who was pulled over on the side of the highway.

The officer was out of the car when the Tesla crashed into it. The front right side of the Tesla hit the back-left side of the police car and then hit the Mercedes.

No one was injured in the accident.

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration has an open investigation on Tesla’s Autopilot feature after multiple occurrences of Tesla’s crashing into emergency vehicles that have caused injuries and fatalities.

This also led Democratic Sens. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Ed Markey of Massachusetts to ask the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Tesla’s Self-Driving capabilities.

The Autopilot feature requires that a person is aware and behind the wheel still but sometimes it can be too late to stop a crash caused by the system.