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WASHINGTON (AP) – The president of the corporate that owned a limousine set on hearth throughout an Inauguration Day protest in Washington says insurance coverage possible gained’t cowl the injury.
Muhammad Ashraf, the president of the Virginia-based mostly Nationwide Chauffeured Providers, stated Monday that changing the automotive might value tens of hundreds of dollars. He says insurance coverage would cowl vandalism however might not cowl his state of affairs as a result of the automotive was broken in a riot.
Greater than 230 individuals have been arrested after self-described anti-capitalists started breaking enterprise’ home windows Friday.
Ashraf stated the limousine’s driver had taken a shopper downtown when the car was attacked and set on hearth. Ashraf says he can’t think about why individuals needed to do it.
A GoFundMe web page was set as much as assist the corporate.
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