It’s been a long, eventful year for a Georgia Congressman who was recently involved in an auto accident and was witness to a June shooting where a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, opened fire. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution reports on both incidents, which involved Congressman Barry Loudermilk.
Last Tuesday, Congressman Loudermilk and his wife were traveling through Tennessee on I-40 on their way back to Washington D.C. They were struck from behind by another vehicle, which caused their car to veer off the road. It subsequently flipped multiple times, coming to a rest on the passenger side of the vehicle.
Both Loudermilk and his wife were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. They were later released and will be returning to Georgia for follow-up treatment.
This marks the second high-profile incident that Loudermilk was involved in this year. Back in June, Loudermilk was attending a practice session for the Republican baseball team the day before the annual congressional baseball game. He was standing near home plate, warming up to bat when a man began firing into the crowd. The perpetrator was critical of President Donald Trump.
Loudermilk is a former Georgia senator. He has been representing the 11th Congressional District, which includes Cherokee and Bartow counties, as well as parts of Cobb and Fulton, since 2015.
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