If it were not for the guardrail, the truck could have passed over the median right into the oncoming Presidential motorcade.
Viewing the video below, the crashing vehicle sounded as if it were trying to slow down before it hit the guardrail. A few months ago the motorcade passed in front of me but I was at a light and it passed right by. They don’t stop for anything and they have so many cars inside that motorcade and so much security, don’t even think about doing anything.
A WSFA 12 News viewer first trained his camera on the roadway, capturing video of an advance group of 10 motorcycle officers a short distance ahead of the president. As the presidential vehicles begin to come into focus, the sound of squealing tires turns the otherwise quiet event into a load spectacle.
Just as the motorcade travels through the video at high speeds, passing by in one direction, an out of control passenger vehicle comes into view. The vehicle, traveling in the opposite direction as the president, left the roadway and almost entered the median.
However, protective guardrail installed along the road’s edge did exactly what it was designed to do, grabbing the vehicle and pulling it back into its own lanes before it could cross into oncoming traffic.
It’s unclear if anyone was injured in the crash, but the presidential motorcade did not slow or take any sort of evasive actions during the incident. President Trump continued on to several stops in a rural part of the county without incident, and it’s unclear if he was even aware of the incident. [excerpt via WSFA]
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