When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

When the American presidential armored limo, better known as The Beast, got stuck in the driveway of Dublin in 2011.

“The Beast”‘s belly hit the slope of the driveway as he tried to leave the US Embassy in Dublin during Obama’s visit.

The Secret Service denied that the American car was carrying the first couple, Barack and Mitchell Obama, at the time of the incident.

He said “it was a spare limo ‘carrying staff and support staff’ that got stuck on the ramp.

When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

In 2011, the US Secret Service denied reports that US presidential armored limo who got stuck leaving the US Embassy in Dublin was carrying the first couple, Barack and Mitchell Obama, at the time of the incident.

The belly of the US presidential armored limo, better known as the Beast, hit the driveway ramp with a loud bang as it attempted to leave the US Embassy in Dublin during Barack Obama’s visit to Ireland in 2011.

When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

When the US presidential limo got stuck on a ramp

With the limo stuck and unable to move forward or back, Secret Service agents acted quickly directing a gray bus to block the view of the media and crowd.

According to the US Secret Service spokesman, “it was a spare limo” (another beast, normally used to confuse would-be attackers) carrying personnel and support personnel” that got stuck on the ramp.

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