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Vice President Joe Biden shakes hands after speaking at M-7 Technologies, Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Youngstown, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Vice President Joe Biden shakes hands after speaking at M-7 Technologies, Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Youngstown, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)  

Another person hurt after Biden motorcade crash

Another person has been injured after a crash involving Vice President Joe Biden’s motorcade.

According to local news reports in Ohio, on Thursday morning a motorist struck a state trooper who was riding a motorcycle to clear roads for Biden’s motorcade. (RELATED: More on Joe Biden)

Officials told TribLive.com that the trooper was taken to a local hospital, though the injuries aren’t thought to be life threatening. WTRF reported that the crash caused Biden to be 45 minutes late for a speech in Martins Ferry.

This isn’t the first time someone has been injured in a crash involving the vehicles that transport or protect Biden:

— In 2010, two former Olympians were injured in Vancouver while riding in a van that was rear-ended in Biden’s motorcade.

— In November 2009, a man was killed in Maryland after two Secret Service employees — driving vehicles that usually transport Biden — hit a motorist. Biden was not traveling with the vehicles at the time.

— Also that month, four people were injured in New York City after a security detail for Biden hit a livery cab.

— That same week in 2009, a sheriff’s deputy in New Mexico blocking an intersection for Biden’s motorcade was injured after being hit by a motorist.

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