Reuters: One dead, two hurt as vehicle tries to ram U.S. spy agency gates
(Reuters) - Two people tried to run their vehicle through the National Security Agency's gates near Washington on Monday before guards at the spy agency fatally shot one of them, said officials, who added there was no evidence of a link to terrorism.
The second occupant of the vehicle was also shot, according to one official, and a police officer was injured.
Both suspects, who were dressed in women's clothes and may be transgender, tried to drive their sport utility vehicle through an entrance at the agency's Fort Meade, Maryland, headquarters, U.S. law enforcement and security officials said.
More News On Today's Shooting At NSA Headquarters
Car that tried to crash NSA gate was stolen from Maryland hotel, police say -- L.A. Times
NSA: Car smashes into police vehicle at Fort Meade; 1 dead -- Washington Post/AP
One dead as police fire on car in incident at US spy HQ -- AFP
NSA Campus Intruders Foiled as Police Shoot, Kill One Individual -- Bloomberg
NSA: Car smashes into police vehicle at Fort Meade; 1 dead -- Washington Times
One shot dead at Fort Meade after trying to enter NSA gate -- CNN
Pair who tried to ram NSA gate may have been partying earlier, under influence of drugs -- FOX News
Hotel Partying Preceded Deadly Shooting at NSA Gate, Sources Say -- ABC News
A Bizarre Shooting at Fort Meade -- The Atlantic
Was Shooting at NSA a Wrong Turn Gone Bad? -- Shane Harris, Daily Beast
FBI: Fatal Shooting Near NSA 'Not Related to Terrorism' -- VOA