At Least One Injured Following Shooting at NSA HQ

An NSA spokesman said the incident is under control.

At least one person has been injured during an incident that occurred at the gates of the National Security Agency's Headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland.

Aerial footage from the scene showed a black SUV with bullet holes through the windshield and its airbags deployed after crashing into concrete barriers at the gates of the agency. A law enforcement dog could be seen searching the car and one person as reportedly led away in handcuffs.

Details from the incident are unclear, but sometime during the commotion there was a shooting that left at least one person injured. The injured was taken to a hospital nearby.

The NSA said in a tweet that "there is no ongoing security or safety threat."

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