A Tesla Model S hit a parked police SUV cruiser in California this week with Autopilot engaged.

According to the unnamed driver, who sustained minor injuries, the vehicle was in Autopilot mode when it hit the unoccupied vehicle, causing damage to the rear of the cruiser. On Twitter, Laguna Beach Police Department Sergeant and public information officer Jim Cota posted photos of the crash, fielding questions from Twitter users.

The driver’s report regarding the use of Autopilot has not been confirmed.

“Before a driver can use Autopilot, they must accept a dialogue box which states that ‘Autopilot is designed for use on highways that have a center divider and clear lane markings,’” remarked Tesla in a statement after the crash.

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Regarding crashes, Tesla has largely been on the defensive this year, battling consumer watchdog groups such as the Consumer Watchdog and the Center for Auto Safety, who co-signed a letter to the Federal Trade Commission this month asking for increased oversight into Tesla’s marketing language and Autopilot disclaimers.