A car transporting the speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, another state lawmaker, and security for the pair was “rammed from behind several times” on a highway Thursday, according to a spokeswoman for the House speaker.
Speaker Tim Moore (R) and Rep. David Willis (R) were being driven by security back to Raleigh, North Carolina, after a visit to the city of Wilson for a series of events when the incident occurred.
“On the drive back, the vehicle was rammed from behind several times,” a spokeswoman for Moore told The Post.
Moore represents District 111 and is currently serving his 11th term in the state legislature. Willis represents District 68 and is serving in his second term.
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