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High-Speed Crash Claims Life at White House Gate

A tragic high-speed crash occurred late Saturday night at the White House complex, resulting in the death of the driver. The incident, which took place at an outer perimeter gate, has been under investigation by both the U.S. Secret Service and the Washington Metropolitan Police Department.

According to reports, a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed crashed into a security barrier near the intersection of 15th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, just before 10:30 p.m. The driver, an adult male, was found dead in the vehicle following the crash. The Secret Service confirmed that there was no threat to the White House and that security protocols were immediately implemented to ensure the safety of the area.

President Joe Biden was not present at the White House during the incident, as he was spending the weekend in Delaware. The Secret Service and police have been working together to investigate the cause of the crash, with the Metropolitan Police Department treating the incident as a traffic crash.

This event marks another in a series of crashes at the White House complex. In recent years, security measures around the perimeter have been heightened to prevent unauthorized access and protect the premises. The White House fence was upgraded in 2021 to deter jumpers, and further measures are likely to be considered in light of this recent incident.

As the investigation continues, the public is assured that there is no ongoing threat related to this incident. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

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