SUV Rammed Cop Car To Get Through NSA Army Base

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FORT MEADE, Md. — Police opened fire on an SUV that tried to crash a gate Monday near NSA headquarters after it rammed one of the agency’s police vehicles and refused to stop, NSA officials said.
One of the occupants of the vehicle died during a firefight that erupted afterward at Fort Meade, where about 11,000 military personnel and 29,000 civilian employees work — including thousands for the National Security Agency — the post’s garrison commander, Col. Brian Foley, said in a statement.

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The other man was wounded, Foley said but did not disclose his condition.

Both men in the SUV were dressed as women, NSA officials said without elaborating on that or why the vehicle tried to enter the NSA campus at the Army base about 25 miles northeast of Washington.

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