FBI Agent Reportedly Involved In Shooting On Train Near National Institutes Of Health, Walter Reed Hospital

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An FBI agent was reportedly involved in a shooting Tuesday morning on a train near the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Walter Reed Hospital.

The shooting took place at the Medical Center Metro Station in Bethesda, Maryland, according to a report by Newsweek. (RELATED: Biden Plans To Keep Christopher Wray As FBI Chief)

#BREAKING: FBI Agent involved in a shooting aboard a Red Line train at the Medical Center Metro Station near Walter Reed and NIH. 1 person has been transported,” NBC Washington reporter Tom Lynch tweeted. 

Metro officials said Metro Transit Police received a report about the shooting just before 7 a.m. and one gunshot victim was taken to the hospital, according to NBC Washington. Fox News reported that an FBI agent shot someone inside of a train car at the station.

Riders on the Red Line were told to expect delays, but regular service has since resumed.” (RELATED: Five New York Metro Employees Charged With Overtime Fraud, Were Among Highest Paid Workers)

Metro Transit Police and the FBI are both investigating the shooting, according to Fox News.