Shooting Outside NSA Headquarters Took Down Men Disguised As Women

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A shooting outside the National Security Agency headquarters has officials on high alert.

A vehicle rammed the gates of the National Security Agency’s headquarters at Fort Meade about 20 miles outside of Washington D.C., MyFoxDC reports. An NSA police officer reportedly fired on the vehicle, killing one and injuring a second around 9:00 a.m. Monday morning.

NBC News reported that two men driving the stolen vehicle, which contained drugs and at least one gun, were disguised as women and were apparently trying to enter the headquarter’s property.

One is reportedly dead and two men, a 20-year old and a 44-year-old, are injured. A local reporter at the scene tweeted that there appears to be at least one dead. A picture of the incident appears to show a body covered with a sheet and a person being put in an ambulance.

Earlier this month, a former corrections officer was arrested for allegedly opening fire on the NSA headquarters.


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