A automobile driving Vice President Kamala Harris to the White Home on Monday crashed onto the curb of a tunnel close to Washington’s Foggy Backside neighborhood.

The incident, which was first reported by The Washington Post, was later confirmed by Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesperson for the Secret Service, who described the accident in an electronic mail to HuffPost.

“Throughout a protecting motion Monday, a car in a motorcade had a minor overcorrection and struck a curb,” Guglielmi stated.

No accidents had been reported on account of the incident, and Harris was moved into one other automobile and made it safely to her workplace.

“The Vice President sustained no accidents and appreciates the fast response by her USSS element to get her to the White Home safely,” the vp’s spokesperson Kirsten Allen advised the Publish in an announcement.

The vp had no public occasions listed on her schedule for Monday.

The incident raised issues on the Secret Service but additionally reportedly alarmed Harris herself, given brokers driving the president and the vp obtain intensive coaching, the Publish stated.

One other concern rising after the accident was that brokers did not correctly report it, falsely describing it as “mechanical failure” to justify the delay within the motorcade’s arrival time in a messaging system used to alert the company’s leaders, the Publish reported.

Guglielmi stated brokers later communicated the main points of the accident to management.

“Preliminary radio visitors indicated this was a mechanical failure and that was communicated to company management by personnel supporting the motorcade motion,” Guglielmi advised HuffPost. “After the protecting motion was accomplished, management was verbally up to date with further pertinent information that the car struck a curb.”

Guglielmi additionally spoke to NBC News, saying the brokers dealt with the accident “precisely as they need to.”

“We’re happy with the element,” Guglielmi stated.

The Secret Service is below felony investigation by the Homeland Safety Division’s watchdog over lacking Jan. 6-related texts exchanged by brokers. The division’s inspector normal obtained the telephones of 24 brokers who had been concerned within the response to the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.