Officers in Obama's motorcade hurt

Story highlights

  • Both officers had on helmets
  • Their injuries are minor
  • President Obama was in Florida for campaign fundraising event
Two Florida law enforcement officers who were escorting President Barack Obama's motorcade Tuesday night were hurt when their motorcycles collided, authorities said.
The Orlando Police officer and the Seminole County Sheriff's Office deputy were thrown from their bikes, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
The officers, whose names were not released, were wearing helmets.
They suffered minor injuries, the highway patrol said.
Obama was in Orlando for a campaign fundraising event.