BREAKING NEWS: One person injured in Capitol Hill shooting

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Emergency vehicles swarmed the area of the U.S. Capitol on Thursday after an order given over the speaker system told people to shelter in place because of an active shooting situation.

CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reported that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said there was one person injured.

The FBI has dispatched units to the scene with reports of shots near Garfield Circle, which is on the West Front of the Capitol.