The US Capitol Police confirmed on Friday night that the second police officer was injured in a car attack in Washington, DC on Friday. He is currently in stable condition and is not facing life-threatening injuries.
The Congressional Police announced in a tweet on the force’s official Twitter: “Update: Another USCP official who was hit by a car is in a stable and non-threatening state.”
Update: Another USCP official who was hit by a car is in a stable and non-threatening state.
—U.S. Capitol Police (@CapitolPolice) April 2, 2021
The latest news is that when the troops announced the death of Congressional Police Officer William “Billy”
Green later got out of the car and was shot and killed by the police. He allegedly shot the responders with a knife.
The injured have not yet been identified.
Less than three months after the riots on Capitol Hill on January 6, the car and knife attack on Friday occurred.
Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick died of serious injuries as a result of contact with a pro-mob riot, while the other two police officers at the scene later died of suicide.
The lawmakers said throughout the day that they were keeping the Capitol Police in their minds.
“The news from the Capitol is heartbreaking. Our @CapitolPolice has gone through too many things this year and they continue to sacrifice to protect us. Representative Blake Moore (R-Utah) tweeted: “I am I would like to express my sincerest condolences to the families of the injured. “
The news from the Capitol is heartbreaking. Our @CapitolPolice has experienced too many things this year, and they continue to make sacrifices for our protection. I extend my sincerest condolences to the families of the victims and injured. #utpol
-Rep. Blake Moore (@RepBlakeMoore) April 2, 2021
President BidenJoe Biden Hill’s morning paper-Biden may get zero Republican support for work plans. Republicans don’t think Biden really wants to work with them. He also expressed his condolences to Evans, his family and the Congressional police, and ordered the White House flag to be hoisted to half of the staff to show respect.
“We extend our most sincere condolences to the family of Officer Evans. Everyone feels sorrow for his loss. We know that this is all for the Capitol, for everyone who works there and for those who protect it. A difficult time.” Biden said earlier Friday.