- The car column with Vice President Mike Pence was involved in two accidents on Thursday, according to the White House pool reports.
- At first, Pence's campaign bus turned into a dump truck. To do this, Pence had to move to his limousine while visiting West Pennsylvania.
- The next was a small accident between two motorcycle companions.
- None of the accidents resulted in injuries.
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For Vice President Mike Pence, it was a challenging day visiting West Pennsylvania and its highways.
According to pool reports, various vehicles in Pence's car column had two minor accidents on Thursday.
Pence's campaign bus first hit a dump truck while reversing. "Your pooler saw a large dump truck with a battered fender on the driver's side. The driver is now consulting with law enforcement agencies near the parking lot," wrote pool reporter Elizabeth Crisp, a Newsweek Washington correspondent.
For this, Pence had to change from the bus to his limousine.
Later that morning, two motorcycle escorts with Pence's convoy got into an accident. According to the pool report, ambulances were on site, but no serious injuries were reported.
Pence is in the Pittsburgh area today and is campaigning for President Trump.
It is not the first time that Pence's convoy has problems in the United States. Last September, some were angry when Pence's eight-man platoon drove to a car-free island in northern Michigan. "The message, loud and clear, is that Trump and Pence will do whatever they want, no matter what the little people in Michigan think," said Michigander Chris Young to Business Insider at the time. "Let them eat cake."