Update (1 pm ET): Nothing to see here folks...
The FBI has confirmed that this morning's incident was not in any way related to terrorism...just three perfectly normal individuals trying to ram through the front gate of the NSA with a stolen car...
*FBI SAYS NSA INCIDENT WAS ISOLATED, NOT RELATED TO TERRORISM
Three people are in custody following the incident, the FBI said.
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Update (11 am ET): In a confusing statement that was released mid-morning by the NSA, the agency clarified that, while weapons were discharged during this morning's attempted gate-ramming, none of the injured parties were struck by the gunfire...
...The incident is now "under control" and an investigation is under way...
UPDATE: NSA releases statement on shooting. Says "several individuals" hospitalized after unauthorized car drove onto Ft. Meade. Says early reports do not indicate anyone was shot at this time - WJLA pic.twitter.com/LZKcQeXRka— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) February 14, 2018
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Two men who tried to ram the gate at the NSA's main campus in Fort Meade, Maryland in a stolen Ford Escape were shot this morning by a security guard, according to the Baltimore Sun.
One of the attempted intruders was killed, while the other was wounded. A security guard was also injured.
DEVELOPING - Two men dressed as women who attempted to enter a gate at the NSA's campus at Fort Meade, MD in a stolen Ford Escape this morning were shot by a security guard, Bloomberg reports. One intruder was killed, the other wounded. A security guard was also injured.— BreakingNewzman (@BreakingNewzman) February 14, 2018
Maryland State Highway Administration has shut down MD 32 in both directions at Canine Road in response.
Fort Meade officials warned drivers to follow alternate routes and "expect long delays."
This isn't the first time intruders have tried to infiltrate the NSA compound. A similar incident unfolded in March 2015, with two intruders trying to ram the gate of the compound. One was killed during that attempt, also.
The FBI tweeted that it is "aware of the incident at Fort Meade" and is sending agents to investigate.