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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Shots Fired Near US Capital.

CAR RAMPAGE AT THE WHITE HOUSE 

Gunshots heard on Capitol Hill ‘after female maniac crashed into police car and tried to run down cops’

Armed woman taken into custody after pulling u-turn at checkpoint and going on 15-minute car rampage in Washington DC
AN ARMED woman was arrested after smashing into a police car and trying to run down cops near the White House, police said.
Shots were fired on Capitol Hill in Washington DC after a driver was stopped at a vehicle checkpoint where she pulled a u-turn and crashed into the cruiser.
A woman, centre, is taken into custody on Capitol Hill in Washington
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A woman, centre, is taken into custody on Capitol Hill in Washington
Police say the driver struck a US Capitol Police cruiser
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Police say the driver struck a US Capitol Police cruiser
A window of a dark coloured saloon car was shot out after a car crashed into Police in the Capitol grounds
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A window of a dark coloured saloon car was shot out after a car crashed into police in the Capitol grounds
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Arrest after shots fired during traffic stop near Capitol Hill building
Cops holding machine guns swarmed the Capitol grounds — the centre of US lawmaking — before the suspect was taken into custody.
There were no injuries and investigators are not treating it as a terror incident.
Streets near the Capitol Building were shut down after a female driver rammed into police cars
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Streets near the Capitol Building were shut down after a female driver rammed into police cars
Streets around the Capitol were cordoned off by police after the incident
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Streets around the Capitol were cordoned off by police after the incident
Ambulances were sent to the scene near the Botanic Gardens but did not take anyone to hospital.
Capitol Police described the incident as "criminal in nature" but with apparently "no nexus to terrorism".
Operations inside the white-domed Capitol appeared to continue as normal.