Investigators from the National Traffic Safety Board will examine a crash that happened Monday, when a Tesla Model S Tesla plowed into the back of a fire truck on a freeway near Culver City, California.
The field investigation will focus on both driver and vehicle factors, the NTSB sold CNBC Tuesday. The agents will likely arrive at the scene on Wednesday, said NTSB spokesman Chris O'Neil.
No injuries were reported in the crash on Interstate 405 in Culver City in Los Angeles County.
The Culver City Firefighters Association Local 1927 union chapter tweeted out a picture of the crash on Monday afternoon. The driver said the car was on Tesla's Autopilot driver assistance system.
"Autopilot is intended for use only with a fully attentive driver," Tesla said in a statement sent to CNBC.