There are reports of a shooting at the Visitor's Center of the U.S. Capitol Building. Here's what sources on the ground are saying:
NEWS - The Capitol complex has been locked down “due to a potential security threat."March 28, 2016
Shelter in place order just went over PA systems in the Capitol. A lot of police activity near visitor center. Roads closed.March 28, 2016
#Breaking: MPD confirms report of a shooting in the unit block of 1st Street NW near the US Capitol. https://t.co/74g2LCRWM4March 28, 2016
#Capitol on lock down pic.twitter.com/HKXQonJ7HBMarch 28, 2016
Hi can hear police radios. Hearing "We have the shooter." Capitol shooter reported.March 28, 2016
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