Theresa May’s Convoy in Belgian Car Crash

The convoy containing Theresa May and the Beligan Prime Minister Charles Michel has been involved in a car crash between Saint-Symphorien cemetery and Casteau. Early reports indicate that an outrider vehicle was involved in the crash, not the cars containing the Prime Ministers. Developing…

UPDATE: Local media is reporting that a car made its way into the convoy and accompanying motorcyclists had to take evasive action. Two policemen are reportedly injured. A spokesperson for the Belgian PM has called it a regrettable accident.” Neither PM is injured.


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