Pressure Cooker Destroyed Near U.S. Capitol
Capitol Police officers spotted a pressure cooker in a "suspicious" car Sunday, but say the public was never in any danger.By Christina Hartman | May 25, 2015
You're looking at a bomb squad technician readying a pressure cooker to be destroyed Sunday on the National Mall in Washington, DC. (Video via WMAR)
And that's the sound of Capitol Police doing what they, in a statement, rather formally called "disrupt[ing] items of concern." (Video via WNBC)
"I just heard a big boom. It sounded like a cannon going off," one witness told WJLA.