BREAKING: Ron DeSantis in car accident in Tennessee

"The motorcade came up on slow traffic and the lead vehicle had to brake quickly, which caused a rear-end collision involving the other vehicles."

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was reportedly involved in a car accident in Tennessee as his team was on the campaign trail.



The incident was confirmed by DeSantis press secretary Bryan Griffin, who said the team is grateful for "the prayers and well wishes of the nation for [DeSantis'] continued protection while on the campaign trail," according to NBC News.

A call for the accident, which occurred on Interstate 75 in Chattanooga reportedly came around 8:15 am and involved rear-end collisions that solely occurred with government vehicles.

"The motorcade came up on slow traffic and the lead vehicle had to brake quickly, which caused a rear-end collision involving the other vehicles," read a police statement. "All the vehicles involved were government vehicles accompanying Governor DeSantis and his team to his scheduled event."

This news comes after the DeSantis campaign booted around a dozen staffers earlier this month. The campaign is well funded; it has fundraised a massive $150 million for DeSantis' run thus far, $130 million of which has been sent to allied super PACs. 

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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