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Indian Teenager Hits truck into White House Fence

An Indian teenager purposely hits the White House fence with a truck.

He claims that he intended to kill Vice President Biden. The White House fence had struck by a 19-year-old Indian-origin adolescent who claimed police he intended to enter the building to “seize power” and “kill” US Vice President Joe Biden.
based on news reporting, Prior to 10 p.m. on Monday, US Park Police detained Sai Varshith Kandula after he ploughed his truck into the security barricades on the north side of Lafayette Park, causing several pedestrians to flee the area, according to The Washington Times.

Based on a statement of evidence submitted in a federal court in Washington, DC, via a classified agent, Kandula hired the truck on Monday evening.

Immediately after taking a one-way flight from St. Louis to Dulles International Airport,  News said.

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According to the paper, he drove the car onto a pavement outside the White House and into a metal fence to the north of the White House.

After apprehended by United States Park Police, Kandula had pushed the truck in backward and hit the barrier at that time.

Despite the crash being some way from the White House gates, it required people to get out of the adjoining Hay-Adams hotel and caused road and pedestrian closures.

In the collision, no one was hurt.

According to the Commander of the City of Chesterfield’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations, there are no records of any communications between Chesterfield police and Kandula or calls for assistance for the family residence.

Kandula was a resident of Chesterfield, a middle-class neighbourhood with a substantial South Asian community.

Kandula’s  classmate Pranav Nagila said he couldn’t understand how Kandula could possibly have a Nazi sign in his possession.

He simply appeared like a chill person , not intimidating or anything like that, he continued.

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