U.S. Rep. Kathy Manning, a North Carolina Democrat, was injured in a automotive accident Thursday in her district and was handled at a hospital, her workplace stated.
The second-term congresswoman was touring in Greensboro in a automotive pushed by a employees member when the accident occurred between 9 and 9:30 a.m., based on a information launch and a spokesperson.
“They sustained non life-threatening accidents, have been taken to the hospital, and have been discharged,” the information launch stated.
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Manning was on her method to Excessive Level for a roundtable dialogue on gun violence, spokesperson Gia Scirrotto stated. The information launch thanks first responders and well being care employees.
Scirrotto stated that the employees member driving was not at fault however didn’t produce other particulars. Greensboro police didn’t instantly reply to an e-mail.
Manning, who was first elected to Congress in 2020, represents north-central North Carolina’s sixth Congressional District, which covers Guilford, Rockingham and Caswell counties and a part of Forsyth County.