A Tesla driver who was killed in Delray Beach, Florida in 2019 while driving their Model 3, had engaged the car's Autopilot feature "seconds" before the crash, an NTSB report released on Tuesday revealed.

The driver had set the car to go 69 miles per hour 12.3 seconds before the crash took place on a highway that had a speed limit of 55 mph, according to Bloomberg. The NTSB also revealed that the driver's hands were not on the wheel for the final 7.7 seconds before the crash.