- The motorcade carrying Vice President Mike Pence was involved in two crashes on Thursday, according to White House pool reports.
- First, Pence turned the campaign bus into a dump. It required Pence to move to his limousine during his visit to Western Pennsylvania.
- The next involved a minor crash between two motorcycle escorts.
- No crash led to any injuries.
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It has been a challenging day for Vice President Mike Pence as he visits Western Pennsylvania.
Various vehicles in Pence’s motorcade had two minor crashes on Thursday, according to pool reports.
It required Pence to move from the bus to his limousine.
Later in the morning, two motorcyclists with Pence’s motorcade crashed. Ambulances were on the scene, according to the pool report, but no serious injuries were reported.
Pence is in the Pittsburgh area today and campaigning for President Trump.
This is not the first time Pence’s motorcade has had problems across the United States. Last September, some were furious when Pence’s eight-car motorcade crashed on a car-free island in northern Michigan. “The message, which is heard loud and clear, is that Trump and Pence will do as they please, no matter what the little people in Michigan think,” Michigander Chris Young told Business Insider at the time. “Let them eat cake.”