August 29, 2015


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U.S. Capitol chase and lockdown

In a still image from video provided by Alhurra Television, a black Infiniti speeds near the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Thursday. (Alhurra Television / The Associated Press)
A U.S. Capitol police officer lies on the steps of the Senate with a gun drawn in response to a report of shots fired Thursday. The entire complex was locked down. (Alex Leary / The Associated Press)
Emergency personal help an injured person after a shooting on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
Emergency personal wheel an injured person away from the scene. (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
Capitol Hill police officers inspect a vehicle after the collision and shooting. (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
A damaged Capitol Hill police car is surrounded by crime scene tape on Constitution Avenue near the U.S. Capitol. (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
A U.S. Capitol police car sits wrecked in the street as an officer surveys the scene. (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
A wrecked U.S. Capitol police car blocks Constitution Avenue NW. (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
Evidence markers are placed near a Capitol police car. (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
Heavily armed police secured the scene following the incident. (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
A police helicopter sits on the grass near the U.S. Capitol. (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
Inside the U.S. Capitol, police locked down hallways. (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
Heavily armed Capitol police guard the east front of the U.S. Capitol plaza area. (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
In a still image from video provided by Alhurra Television, a black Infiniti speeds near the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Thursday. - (Alhurra Television / The Associated Press)
A U.S. Capitol police officer lies on the steps of the Senate with a gun drawn in response to a report of shots fired Thursday. The entire complex was locked down. - (Alex Leary / The Associated Press)
Emergency personal help an injured person after a shooting on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. - (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
Emergency personal wheel an injured person away from the scene. - (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
Capitol Hill police officers inspect a vehicle after the collision and shooting. - (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
A damaged Capitol Hill police car is surrounded by crime scene tape on Constitution Avenue near the U.S. Capitol. - (Evan Vucci / The Associated Press)
A U.S. Capitol police car sits wrecked in the street as an officer surveys the scene. - (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
A wrecked U.S. Capitol police car blocks Constitution Avenue NW. - (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
Evidence markers are placed near a Capitol police car. - (Charles Dharapak / The Associated Press)
Heavily armed police secured the scene following the incident. - (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
A police helicopter sits on the grass near the U.S. Capitol. - (Olivier Douliery / MCT)
Inside the U.S. Capitol, police locked down hallways. - (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
Heavily armed Capitol police guard the east front of the U.S. Capitol plaza area. - (Melina Mara / The Washington Post)

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