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John Fetterman at fault for car accident

In a police report, authorities said Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania) was responsible for a car crash that injured himself, his wife and another driver.

Fetterman and his wife, Gisele, were involved in a car accident early Sunday morning in Maryland at Interstate 68 and Interstate 70 westbound between Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Based on a preliminary investigation, police said a Chevrolet Traverse was traveling “at a high rate of speed well above the posted speed limit” when it rear-ended a Chevrolet Impala around 7:45 a.m., according to a six-page Maryland State Police report obtained by USA Today.

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Fetterman was released.

Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) was involved in a car accident in Maryland over the weekend. (Fetterman Office)

A Maryland State Police spokesman told USA Today that Fetterman was driving a Traverse when it crashed into the rear of a Chevrolet Impala on Interstate 70 in Hancock.

Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

Fox News Digital has reached out to a spokesperson for Fetterman for comment.

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Fetterman, 54, posted a video on his X Channel on Monday night in which Gisele thanked everyone for their well wishes and revealed that they had been celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary at the time of the accident.

Fetterman walking with his cell phone

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His spokesman told the paper that he was being treated for a bruised shoulder.

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“As many of you know G and I were in a car accident yesterday. Thank you all for the well wishes. While it wasn’t the best way to spend our 16th wedding anniversary, we are doing well and happy to be back home in Braddock with our family,” the senator wrote.