Multiple police motorcycles in President Trump’s motorcade involved in an accident

Four officers in Trump motorcade involved in crash

Four officers in Trump motorcade involved in crash

Police officers tend to a fallen colleague after a police motorcycle accident during U.S. President Donald Trump's motorcade in Lake Charles, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2019.

Three local law enforcement officers assisting the Secret Service with the presidential motorcade were injured on Tuesday in an apparent accident near Lake Charles, Louisiana.

According to ABC News reporter Meredith McGraw, the crash appeared to involve "two police bikes". The motorcade slowed, passing the site of the accident near Lake Charles and the press was allowed to see before being rushed to the event.

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"The injured officers were from the Westlake Police Department, Sulfur Police Department and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office", the report said.

Other motorcycle escorts stopped to deal with the accident, and some of them later returned to the motorcade.

The president's motorcade was heading to Hackberry, where he was making a speech about jobs and energy. Later, he gave a speech promoting USA energy policy.

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