WARSAW, Feb. 10 (Xinhua) -- Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was injured in a car collision in the south Polish city of Oswiecim late on Friday, Polish Press Agency (PAP) reported.
Szydlo was in the second car of a government motorcade when a Fiat Cinquecento collided with it. The prime minister and a Government Security Bureau officer were injured in the accident, according to the local police.
Szydlo was taken to a hospital in Oswiecim immediately after the collision.
Government spokesperson Rafal Bochenek said the prime minister is undergoing a routine medical checkup after a minor collision in Oswiecim and has not suffered any serious harm.
Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW) is in Oswiecim to investigate the circumstances of the accident and try to reconstruct what happened, PAP has been told by Stanislaw Zaryn, spokesperson for the minister-coordinator of special services.