WASHINGTON (KFOR/AP) – Officials have confirmed that the woman who was shot during violent protests at the U.S. Capitol has died.
The woman, whose identity has not yet been released, died at a hospital from her injuries.
Nexstar’s News Nation received confirmation of the woman’s death from Metropolitan police officials.
The woman was shot as dozens of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Building and violently clashed with police.
Officials have declared the U.S. Capitol complex “secure” after heavily armed police moved to end a nearly four-hour violent occupation by supporters of President Donald Trump.
An announcement saying “the Capitol is secure” rang out Wednesday evening inside a secure location for officials of the House. Lawmakers applauded.
The occupation interrupted Congress’ Electoral College count that will formalize President-elect Joe Biden’s upcoming inauguration on Jan. 20.
Lawmakers were evacuated to secure locations around the Capitol complex and Washington, D.C. after thousands of Trump supporters breached the building and skirmished with police officers.
Lawmakers have signaled that they would resume the constitutionally mandated count as soon as it was safe to do so.
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