Sen. John Fetterman 'at fault' after driving ‘well over’ speed… – EVOL

Sen. John Fetterman was “at fault” and driving “well over” the speed limit when he rear-ended a 62-year-old driver in Maryland over the weekend, according to a police report.

The Pennsylvania Democrat was traveling in his Chevrolet Traverse “at a high rate of speed, well over the posted speed limit” of 70 mph, a witness told authorities, shortly before he ran into a Chevrolet Impala on I-70, Maryland State Police said.

The six-page police report, obtained by USA Today, found Fetterman “at fault” for the crash. 

Fetterman, 54, was not tested for drugs or alcohol, and neither was the woman behind the wheel of the Impala. 

The police report states that Fetterman was “at fault.” Maryland State Police

It is “unknown” if the senator was distracted at the time of the crash, according to the report, but police noted the driver he collided with was “not distracted.” 

Fetterman’s office and Maryland State Police did not respond to The Post’s requests for comment. 

The first-term senator was with his wife Gisele at the time of the Sunday morning accident. 

Both were briefly hospitalized and “John was treated for a bruised shoulder,” a spokesperson for the senator told The Post



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