BREAKING: Cannon House Along Mulitiple Buildings On Capitol Hill Ordered To Ecavuate

Cannon House office building being evacuated on Capitol Hill. 

An extraordinary day in Washington DC.

US Capitol Police issued a warning to Cannon House Office Bldg staff: "If you are in the Cannon Building, take visitors, escape hoods, and Go Kits and report to the South tunnel connecting to the Longworth Bldg"

 

 

Hundreds of Trump supporters have stormed the barricades at the back of the Capitol and are marching toward the building

 

 

 

"Just evacuated my office in Cannon due to a nearby threat. Now we’re seeing protesters assaulting Capitol Police. This is wrong. This is not who we are. I’m heartbroken for our nation today", Rep Nancy Mace announced. 

 

"I just had to evacuate my office because of a pipe bomb reported outside. Supporters of the President are trying to force their way into the Capitol and I can hear what sounds like multiple gunshots," Rep. Elaine Luria stated. 

 

"I am in the Capitol and our staff are sheltering in place in our office as adjacent buildings are being evacuated. Thank you to Capitol Police and our law enforcement officers for working to keep us safe," NBC investigative reported tweeted. 

 

UPDATE: All Clear called for Cannon House by the US Capitol Police.

UPDATE: US Capitol complex on lockdown 

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