In Photos: Car Chase From White House Ends In Gunshots By editor • Oct 3, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 9 People run for cover near the U.S. Capitol after reports of gunshots. Police ordered a lockdown for about an hour, and both houses of Congress went into recess. Mandel Ngan / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 9 People take cover after gunshots were heard near the Capitol. Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 9 A member of the Secret Service looks out from the roof of the White House. Saul Loeb / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 9 Around 3:40 p.m. ET, authorities said the scene had been secured. The suspect was transported to a hospital, as was a Capitol Police officer who was injured when his vehicle was struck. Win McNamee / Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 9 A victim is loaded into a U.S. Park Police helicopter on the National Mall. Alex Brandon / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 9 Rescue personnel surround a smashed Capitol Police car. Kevin Lamarque / Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 9 Capitol Hill Police Chief Kim Dine briefs the news media after the incident. Jewel Samad / AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 8 of 9 A police officer checks out a car that crashed after a high-speed chase from the White House to the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. The driver reportedly tried to ram a security barrier outside the White House, sparking the chase that ended in gunfire and a congressional lockdown. The driver was killed, a federal law enforcement told NPR. A child with her in the car was reportedly uninjured. Mark Wilson / Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 9 of 9 People run for cover as police converge to the site of a shooting on Thursday on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Capitol was placed on security lockdown after shots were fired outside the complex, senators said. Mandel Ngan / AFP/Getty Images Originally published on October 3, 2013 6:05 pm A photo gallery of the incident outside the U.S. Capitol.