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A police officer stands at a gate to Fort Meade directing a vehicle to turn away after a vehicle rammed a gate to the National Security Agency, Monday, in Fort Meade, Md. One person was killed in a firefight that erupted Monday after a car with two people tried to ram a gate at the Fort Meade, Md. Click isupportlocal for more information on supporting our local journalists. AP — The warnings are strong and security is always tight, but most drivers are versed in the daily routine as thousands of employees and contractors stream through the closely guarded entrance to the National Security Agency.
Police fired on the SUV, which then rammed into a police vehicle. One suspect was killed. The second suspect was injured, as well as a police officer. Whether the pair wanted to breach the perimeter or the driver was desperate and confused in a security-sensitive area only added to the mystery of the officer-involved shooting. The bureau declined to comment on the conditions of the second suspect and officer, except to say they were being treated at a local hospital. NSA Police fired at the vehicle when it refused to stop. The unauthorized vehicle crashed into the NSA Police vehicle.
Images from the scene showed emergency workers loading a uniformed police officer into an ambulance. Brian Foley, the Fort Meade garrison commander, said in a statement. We continue to remain vigilant at all of our access control points. The men were dressed as women, said a senior defense official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to discuss an ongoing case. She declined to name the hotel, citing the ongoing investigation, or release any further details, referring all questions to the FBI.
The FBI is investigating and working with the U. The man drove away, injuring an NSA officer and nearly striking a barricade. He was later arrested and is awaiting trial on federal charges. Earlier this month, police captured a man accused of firing at a building on the NSA campus. The man, who was also accused of shooting at vehicles, told police he heard voices. Cyber Command. About 11, military personnel and about 29, civilian employees work on the property.
Chain-link fences marked with restricted access s and topped with barbed wire run along the perimeter of the campus. Jon Reinach, owner of Fort Meade Auto Center, said people sometimes stop by his service center asking for directions. Sorry , an error occurred.
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