Gunshot Victim in the Crowd South of the US Capitol; Young Woman Was Shot Inside US Capitol

A single protester shown in the video feed at the Senate Chamber
A single protester shown in the video feed at the Senate Chamber.

The protest situation at the U.S. Capitol has turned violent inside and outside the U.S. Capitol.

Public safety personnel reported one person shot at the U.S. Capitol about 1:51 p.m. Wednesday, January 6, 2021. There was a message that EMS personnel would not go into the crowd, but that security personnel personnel needed to bring the gunshot victim out to EMS staging nearby.

UPDATE …

Woman Shot Inside US Capitol Has Died After Video Captured the Instant She Was Shot, and the Immediate First Aid that Was Given to Her

There is an armed standoff at the doors of the House Chamber. Intruders entered the Senate Chamber. It was not initially confirmed whether intruders entered the House Chamber.

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser issued a 6:00 p.m. as a result of the violence.

VIEWER DISCRETION: Woman Shot … on floor inside US Capitol …

Another video showed the woman being rushed off on a gurney with a bloodied endotracheal tube with one paramedic squeezing an ambu-bag connected to the endotracheal tube, and another paramedic performing CPR (video directly below/viewer discretion).

VIEWER DISCRETION: Video shows gravely injured woman being rushed out of the US Capitol, “covered in blood.” Aired on MSNBC on January 6, 2021.

A single protester shown in the video feed at the House Chamber
A single protester shown in a video feed image at the Senate Chamber.

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President's Tweet calling for calm was deleted by Twitter because it also alluded to a fraudulent 2020 election
President’s Tweet calling for calm was deleted by Twitter because it also alluded to a fraudulent 2020 election.