Trump's motorcade involved in crash in Louisiana
President Donald Trump's motorcade was involved in an accident while traveling to a liquefied natural gas export facility in Louisiana, various news outlets report. According to reporters riding with POTUS, four police escorts on motorcycles crashed on Interstate 10 after departing Chennault International Airport in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Trump, who is riding in an armored limousine, is reportedly fine.
Pool journalist Meridith McGraw reported spotting "two officers standing and being tended to with very bloodied arms as we drove by." The White House said there were no serious injuries. Trump's motorcade continued on route to the Cameron LNG Export Terminal in Hackberry, where he arrive a little bit late and will tour the facility Afterward, he is scheduled to give a speech about American energy policy.