UPDATE: Driver of Mystery Car Toward Trump’s Motorcade Speaks Out

Wednesday night there was a random car that came out of the woods and was heading toward Trump’s motorcade. This happened in Springfield, Missouri. The car ran into a concrete drain and from there quickly pulled over to the shoulder.

A white woman exited the car. She looked very irritated with her hands over head.

Here is the video of the incident.

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The driver has since came forward and spoken out. She claims faulty brakes were the cause of the issue.

Per Ozarkfirst:

The man who took the video, Clayte Hefner, was outside his work and took the video just trying to catch the motorcade. He saw two women inside the car as it rolled out of the woods. The car hit the ditch and was disabled.

Springfield police said the woman’s brakes malfunctioned as she was coming out of the Bass Pro call center and warehouse on Kearney St.

Spokesperson Lisa Cox says the woman went over the embankment and ended up on the road.

Police say there were no injuries and no arrests.

It’s good to get some clarification, because that car coming out of the woods was a very scary situation. It clearly looked like someone had bad intentions for President Trump.

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