By Gary Jeanfaivre, David Gurliacci and Michael Dinan
Update 7:50 p.m.
Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia pronounced in a press matter late Thursday that city officials cannot yield some-more information on a internal lady believed to have been fatally shot in Washington, D.C. after heading military on a high-speed follow from a White House to a Capitol.
“A full review is underway by sovereign authorities who are in Stamford currently,” Pavia pronounced in a press release. “Stamford military are aiding sovereign authorities as needed.”
The woman—identified as 34-year-old dental hygienist Miriam Carey by a New Haven Register, citing military sources—had been chased until at about 2:20 p.m. Thursday when she was shot, Georgetown Patch reports. An officer postulated non-life-threatening injuries during a chase, Georgetown Path reports, and a child believed to have been inside a automobile with a lady was taken to a sanatorium with critical though non-life-threatening injuries.
In his statement, a Stamford mayor destined all inquiries to a New Haven-based Connecticut Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Update 7:05 p.m.:
Michael Palmer, owners of Bridge Street Wienery, during 17 Bridge St., opposite a travel from a unit complex, pronounced military arrived with unit automobile lights flashing during about 5:15 p.m.
His business soon dusty adult during a tiny grill specializing in prohibited dogs, as military blocked off both ends of a travel to automobile traffic. Police told him they didn’t know how prolonged it would last, he said.
Anybody extraordinary adequate to wish a front quarrel chair to a military and news media activity is acquire to squeeze a dish during a eatery, Palmer said. But you’ll have to travel to get there.
Update 6:43 p.m.:
Jose Guillermo, a proprietor of Woodside Green Apartments, has been watchful half an hour for military to let him behind inside his possess home.
He saw radio reports of a Washington, DC occurrence in a doctor’s bureau watchful room.
He never suspicion a occurrence would strike so tighten to home, he said. Actually during home, in fact. “Everything is associated like a net,” he said.
Guillermo pronounced he didn’t commend a name of a lady reported to be during a heart of a incident, Miriam Carey, though he wondered if he’d seen her in a dual months he’s lived during a complex.
Update 6:32 p.m.:
The New Haven Register reports: “A law coercion source identified a lady to a New Haven Register as Miriam Carey, a 34-year-old dental hygienist.”
Update 6:25 p.m.:
At slightest 4 helicopters are over a Woodside Green commune unit formidable off of Bridge and Summer streets in Stamford, as Stamford military mount watch with unit automobile lights flashing.
The unit formidable is pronounced to be a home of a lady shot on Capitol Hill this afternoon after perplexing to impel barricades there and during a White House.
The helicopters, still as dragonflies distant above a complex, mouth down a noisy pole by a area (close by Ridgeway Shopping Center opposite Summer Street).
Update 5:40 p.m.:
The lady who sped from a White House to Capitol Hill was shot passed by military and her child was taken to a hospital, a Washington Post reports.
“The lady pushing a automobile was unarmed, law coercion sources said. All a shots in a incident, that ocurred about 2:20 p.m., were dismissed by military perplexing to stop her,” according to a 4:49 p.m. refurbish on a newspaper’s website.
Update 5:38 p.m.:
“Police are forward on a Woodside Green commune complex,” a Stamford Advocate reported during 5:30 p.m. “A military central on a stage reliable their participation is tied to a Capitol shooting.”
Update 5:34 p.m.:
The Stamford lady reported to have been shot after ramming a automobile into a U.S. Capitol block might have been concerned in an progressing occurrence during a Capitol, according to ABC News.
Nightline, a partial of ABC News tweeted during 5:27 p.m.: “Police have arrived during Stamford, CT residence of 34yo lady authorities are perplexing to endorse is think in progressing occurrence during Capitol around @ABC“
Update 5:29 p.m.:
“Just in: Police have arrived during Stamford, CT residence of 34yo lady authorities are perplexing to endorse is think in progressing occurrence during Capitol,” ABC News tweeted during 5:23 p.m.
Update 5:25 p.m.:
“Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Tex., who pronounced he was briefed by a Homeland Security Department, pronounced a lady was killed,” a Associated Press reported.
Update 5:13 p.m.:
“After creation an initial marker of a suspect, military are perplexing to endorse that a think is a 34-year-old lady from Stamford, Connecticut, with a story of mental health issues, ABC News reports.” — from a ABC News website, that reports a lady had a uneasy past.
Update 5:04 p.m.:
The lady concerned in a follow and sharpened during a White House and Capitol Hill was shot and might be dead, according to a Associated Press. A tiny child with her was taken to a hospital.
A military officer perceived non-life-threatening injuries, according to a AP.
Update 4:59 p.m. (reports many-sided from elsewhere on a Web):
A woman, pushing a black Infiniti purebred to a Stamford lady innate in 1979, attempted to pass a barracade during a White House, afterwards sped toward a U.S. Capitol building, where a automobile became concerned in a sharpened occurrence Thursday afternoon, according to countless news reports.
The name of a lady had not been expelled as of 4:33 p.m., according to a Stamford Advocate, that reported that a internal law coercion central reliable a automobile was purebred to a Stamford woman.
The automobile struck a military automobile during a Capitol before crashing into a block there, according to a New York Times report.
Update 4:41 p.m.:
A automobile connected to this afternoon’s sharpened during a U.S. Capitol building is purebred to a Stamford lady innate in 1979, according to an NBC News report.
“Police pronounced a lady rammed her automobile into a White House embankment on Thursday, afterwards led authorities on a high-speed follow to a U.S. Capitol, where she non-stop fire, military said. She was shot,” NBC reported on a website.
Update 4:21 p.m.:
U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5, took to her Facebook page to let folks know she was safe. She wrote:
“Lockdown has been lifted. Staff and we are safe. Thank we Capitol Police for all we do to keep us protected currently and each day.”
Rosa DeLauro, D-3, tweeted: “Thanks to all a good Capitol Police officers gripping us us safe.”
Connecticut’s remaining representatives — Joe Courtney, D-2, and John Larson, D-1 — have not nonetheless reported on their status.
Commenting on a reserve of those other delegates, a staffer during Murphy’s Connecticut bureau told Patch, “As distant as we know everybody is safe.”
At slightest dual of Connecticut’s Congressional representatives have taken to Twitter to news that they are protected following a sharpened outward a Capitol.
“Staff is protected in my Cannon office. Capitol itself sealed down. Thank we Capitol Police,” U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, D-4, tweeted during 2:48 p.m.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy also reported being safe. “Was only off a Senate building when we were sealed down. Thank we to a Capitol Police for your commitment and gripping us protected each day,” he tweeted.
“Everyone on my staff is safe,” U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (also a Greenwich Democrat) pronounced in a 3:39 p.m. tweet. “Thanks to Capitol Police and law coercion who acted quickly and bravely to strengthen all in danger.”
Connecticut’s remaining representatives — U.S. Reps. Elizabeth Esty, D-5, Rosa DeLauro, D-3, Joe Courtney, D-2, and John Larson, D-1 — have not nonetheless reported on their status.
The Capitol building was placed on lockdown only before 2:30 p.m., according to a Associated Press.
The AP reports one Capitol military officer has been injured, and CNN reported a officer was air-lifted to a hospital. There were reports of mixed gunshots nearby a Senate Hart Office Building, and people were seen running, CNN reported.