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U.S Capitol Police arrested two people they believe were involved in a shooting at Union Station Wednesday.
A Capitol Police officer heard gunshots ring out at Union Station around 4 p.m., according to a news release. Around the same time, the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police received a call to assist Amtrak police with the incident, according to FOX 5 DC.
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Capitol Police said one of the people they arrested had a gun.
“Amtrak Police, in cooperation with MPD and Capital Police, are investigating a shooting that occurred today at Washington Union Station,” Amtrak told Fox News Digital in a statement. “The incident happened in the west wing of the station. One person suffered a minor leg injury and was transported to a local hospital. Another person is in custody. The investigation is ongoing.”
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Capitol Police officers found the two suspects near North Capitol Street and H Street.