JUST IN: John Fetterman and wife involved in Maryland car crash

Senator Fetterman had been behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Traverse when he struck the rear of a Chevrolet Impala.  


Senator John Fetterman and his wife Gisele were involved in a car crash over the weekend in Maryland. The Democratic Senator and his wife were taken to the hospital directly afterward to be treated for minor injuries.  

According to a report from Fox 29, John and Gisele Fetterman were involved in a car crash just before 8 am on Sunday morning. State police responded to the crash location in the area of I-70 and I-68 in Hancock, Maryland. Police told the outlet that the Senator had been behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Traverse when he struck the rear of a Chevrolet Impala.  

Fetterman was treated for a bruised shoulder and he and his wife were discharged from the hospital on Sunday afternoon. They had been sent to the hospital for an evaluation in an abundance of caution, according to a spokesman who talked to reports. The two have returned to their home in Braddock, Pennsylvania. A passenger in the Chevrolet Impala was also taken to the hospital. 

"On Sunday morning, John and Gisele were involved in a car accident with another driver. Out of an abundance of caution, they were evaluated at a local hospital. John was treated for a bruised shoulder and they were discharged that afternoon. They are doing well and happy to be back in Braddock,” a statement from Fetterman’s office read.

No citations were issued immediately following the crash, however, the incident is being investigated. 

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