Tim Kaine's motorcade involved in accident, reports say

Posted at 9:54 PM, Nov 05, 2016

The motorcade for Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine was reportedly involved in a car accident Saturday evening in Tampa, Florida.

Kaine's car was reportedly ahead of the accident and not involved.

Reports on social media indicate that the campaign's press bus was hit by a police car while traveling at "high speed." No injuries have been reported.

This isn't the first time a vice presidential candidate has had a bumpy ride traveling on the campaign trail. Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence was aboard a plane that skidded off the runway at LaGuardia airport late last month. No injuries were reported.