Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump spent several hours in the chilly cold after a rally at an airport in Omaha, Nebraska on Tuesday night. Some of them walked three miles to On the waiting bus, some people were taken away by ambulance.
Many people at the Eppley Airport rally waited for several hours to enter a few hours after his Air Force One plane left about 9 pm, blocking the parking lot and the crowds could not leave.
According to the dispatch of the Omaha Police Department, the broadcast communication platform Broadcastify recorded that at least 30 people, including the elderly, electric wheelchair users and families with children, needed medical treatment after hours of cold waiting at the rally. At Epley Airport.
Nebraska Senator Megan Hunt (Megan Hunt) tweeted: “The president’s supporters were brought in, but the bus could not go back to transport people out. It’s cold in Omaha tonight. “
NBC News has contacted the Trump campaign, the Omaha Police Department, Omaha Fire/EMS and the Omaha Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, but has yet to receive any comment.
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The Omaha police dispatched 1100 audio that said: “An elderly man of mine has fallen ten blocks and now has difficulty breathing.” Another mentioned: “The subject said he was about to pass out.”
The recording said that about “30 patients contacted” and 20 buses were backed up and caused congestion, because the assemblers had to be sent back to busy parking lots and exits. The dispatch also referred to patients who were sent to Creighton University Medical Center. NBC News has contacted the hospital but has not received a response.
Before the incident, the Omaha Police Department warned on Twitter: “The parking space at the TRUMP rally is full.”
When Trump arrived at Eppley Airport, wearing a heavy black coat and gloves, he said: “Is there anything better than Trump’s rally at night at around 10 degrees? … It’s cold here, but it’s okay.”
When he pretended to tighten his jacket, the crowd cheered.
Trump told the crowd that he had been to Wisconsin and Michigan earlier on Tuesday, where it had been raining and raining, and thanked the crowd for participating.
He said: “I said I won’t wear a hat because I want to tell you how strong we are.”
“It’s pouring down here, it’s really cold. This is the coldest place here, isn’t it? I’m honored to be with you. When we win, you will win, Nebraska wins, and the United States will win. .”
Geoff Bennett and Alexandra Bacallao reported from Omaha. Caroline Radnofsky and Adela Suliman reported from London.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Alexandra Bacallao Contributed.