BREAKING: Pentagon on Lockdown, Shots Fired Nearby — Multiple Injuries Reported


The Pentagon was locked down on Tuesday after shots were fired at the nearby Pentagon Metro Station.

The gunman was reportedly shot and killed by a Pentagon police officer and did not get inside of the building.

“One other officer was injured and is being transported to seek medical attention. There are no additional suspects at this time and the scene is secure,” Politico reports.

The metro stop is just outside the Pentagon, but people must pass through security to enter the building.

“The Pentagon currently is on lock down due to an incident at the Pentagon Transit Center. We are asking the public to please avoid the area. More information will be forthcoming,” tweeted the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, which guards the Pentagon.

The Pentagon was deemed secure just before noon, though it remained an active crime scene.

“The scene of the incident is secure. It is still an active crime scene. We request that everyone stay away from the Metro rail entrance and bus platform area. Transportation at the Pentagon is diverted to Pentagon City,” the Pentagon Force Protection Agency tweeted.

Fox2Now reports that “multiple people are injured including a member of law enforcement.” Two were said to be receiving CPR.

 

Timcast will be updating this story as the situation unfolds.

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3 responses to “BREAKING: Pentagon on Lockdown, Shots Fired Nearby — Multiple Injuries Reported”

  1. Wolv256 says:

    At this point I just assume everything is a false flag until they convince me otherwise.

  2. Marcos says:

    I find it funny that the lady tweeted “Um.” Why would you add “um” for a serious situation!? Tweeters…

  3. JerseyDevil says:

    You would think that the headquarters for our entire country’s armed forces might have a gun laying around, you know, in case they had to return fire.