Transport Collides With Canadian Prime Minister's Aircraft








Justin Trudeau's re-appointment offer endured a misfortune on Thursday when a transport conveying columnists crashed into his crusade plane at a whistlestop in westernmost Canada, compelling him to fly a loaner, AFP reports. 

As indicated by columnists going with the Canadian Prime Minister, the crash happened soon after arriving in Victoria late on Wednesday on the principal leg of a crosscountry visit. 

The media transport drove under and scratched the wing of the plane. 






"There were no wounds and the harm to the plane is being evaluated," Liberal representative, Eleanore Catenaro, told AFP. 

The setback, she included, would not influence Trudeau's bustling timetable, which included battle stops in Kamloops and Edmonton this week.





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