USA Today Headquarters Evacuated After Reports Of Man With Weapon
Update (1310ET): Police report no evidence of any acts of violence or injuries at the Gannett building.
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Police say that they are responding to reports of a man with a weapon at Gannett Headquarters in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.
— Fairfax County Police (@FairfaxCountyPD) August 7, 2019
Police warned people to avoid the area, which is near the Capital Beltway, major regional malls and office buildings.
White House & Election Security Reporter at WUSA9 reports that FBI officials confirm that the USA Today incident is not a shooting.
There is reportedly a major police presence.
— William Dyer (@wdyerz) August 7, 2019