Reports: Police respond to incident at Fort Meade in Maryland

March 30, 2015 16:59


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WASHINGTON - Police have responded to an incident outside Fort Meade US Army base in Maryland, around 20 miles from Washington, local media reported on Monday.

Authorities said the driver of a vehicle tried to ram the entrance gate at the US base, the FOX News affiliate in Washington said, adding that the incident led to shots being fired.

The local NBC News affiliate reported that two damaged vehicles were seen outside the installations gate and that emergency workers were seen attending to an injured man who was put in an ambulance.

Representatives for Fort Meade and the US Army could not be immediately reached to confirm the reports.

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