Autopilot was not the cause of an accident involving a Southfield art gallery owner earlier this month in Pennsylvania, according to Tesla Motor Inc. CEO Elon Musk.

The head of the Palo Alto, California-based electric vehicle manufacturer tweeted Thursday afternoon that “Onboard vehicle logs show Autopilot was turned off” in Albert Scaglione’s 2016 Model X when it crashed and rolled over on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. “Moreover,” Musk tweeted, “crash would not have occurred if it was on.”

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