The bus hit the wing of the plane, leaving a noticeable mark on it. No one was injured, but it is not yet known if the plane will need repairs.
At the airfield, a bus boarded a Canadian Liberal Party plane on which Justin Trudeau will travel during the election campaign. This is reported by CBC News on Thursday, September 12.
The incident took place at Victoria Airport, the capital of British Columbia, where Trudeau flew along with campaign officials and reporters on the first day of the campaign to campaign.
The bus for the media, which was standing at the airfield, hit the wing of the plane during departure, leaving a noticeable scratch on it. No one was injured in the collision, but it is unclear whether the plane will require repairs.
According to the head of the Liberal Party’s campaign headquarters, there will be no immediate changes to the Prime Minister’s plans, but a professional assessment of the damage will be carried out.