D.C.'s Union Station Reopens After Shooting

Two people were wounded in a security-involved nonfatal shooting at Washington D.C.'s Union Station.
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Union Station in Washington, D.C., was evacuated briefly after police say security personnel shot a man who allegedly stabbed his girlfriend. 

Both the man and woman will survive. Authorities have not released their names or the identity of the security guard. (Video via CNN)

Union Station reopened shortly after the shooting. D.C. police say they are continuing their investigation. (Video via Fox News)

The incident comes on a day of heightened security due to the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. 

This video includes an image from Getty Images.

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