An online video has surfaced purportedly showing a vehicle attempting to “ram” President Trump’s motorcade in Missouri, but officials said the incident was simply a case of malfunctioning brakes.

The two-minute YouTube clip shows the beginning of the presidential motorcade cruising down Kearney Street in Springfield on Wednesday when suddenly a white car appears out of a wooded area and veers off to the side of the road.

“Oh my gosh! Look at that car that just came out of the woods!” the man filming the video can be heard saying.

Another man remarks, “What the hell just happened here?”

The group of men watching the incident can then be seen trying to alert security before a car in the motorcade pulls over and three people inside approach the driver.

“Somebody’s going to jail,” one of the men can be heard saying in the video, which is titled: “Vehicle attempts to ram Presidential Motorcade in Springfield, MO.”

The Springfield Police Department commented on the incident on Twitter, saying: “No intent of harm or disruption to motorcade,” and that the driver simply had a problem with her brakes, according to Ozarks First.

Trump traveled to Missouri on Wednesday to tout his tax reform plan.