Security personnel rushed the president to a waiting car and drove him away from the building in downtown Wilmington.
A car in Joe Biden’s motorcade was struck by a car on Sunday, December 17, surprising the US President as he was leaving his campaign headquarters in Delaware. The collision of a sedan with an SUV from the convoy stationed at an intersection near the campaign headquarters, about 40 meters from Joe Biden, caused a loud bang. Officers immediately stopped the silver, Delaware-registered vehicle and pointed their weapons at the driver.
Security personnel immediately transferred the president to a waiting car and took him away from the building in downtown Wilmington. “The President and First Lady are in good healthA White House official told an Agence France-Presse journalist who witnessed the incident.
Reporters gathered on the sidewalk in front of the campaign offices, where the president and Jill Biden were having dinner with their team. Pool reporters had just finished questioning Joe Biden at the exit when the sound of a crash was heard, revealing an expression of surprise on the president’s face.
Staff quickly gathered journalists to join the convoy that was leaving the scene in the rain. “They’re evacuating, you should leaveAn employee told reporters as security personnel secured the area. Joe Biden arrived safely at his family home, without any further incident.