Two Officers Involved in Crash Along Trump's Motorcade Route in Louisiana

President Donald Trump reaches out to greet supporters after arriving at Chennault International Airport Tuesday

President Donald Trump reaches out to greet supporters after arriving at Chennault International Airport Tuesday

There were no serious injuries resulting from the crash, which happened while President Donald Trump was traveling to a speech in Louisiana.

An accident occurred Tuesday involving four motorcycles in the presidential motorcade, according to the White House.

At least two officers could be seen laying on the ground, injured, according to reporters traveling in the press auto. The motorcade slowed, passing the site of the accident near Lake Charles and the press was allowed to see before being rushed to the event. Trump's armored limousine was unaffected.

Images of the crash show one officer in a grassy area between two lanes on the highway, apparently in the process of sitting up.

The officers were taken to a hospital for treatment and were in stable condition, the White House said.

Motorcycle escorts stopped to deal with the accident, and some of them returned later to the motorcade, Reuters reported. Secret Service spokesman Mason Brayman says in an emailed statement that a Westlake police officer also was involved.

President Trump is in Louisiana to tour Sempra Energy's LNG project. Later, he gave a speech promoting US energy policy.