White House Back to Normal After Object Thrown Over Its Gate

  • Lockdown ensued after incident along Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Secret Service officers apprehended thrower ‘without incident’

A firefighter returns to his truck on Pennsylvania Avenue near the northwest gate to the White House during a security lockdown of the White House grounds on May 30, 2016, in Washington.

Photographer: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

The White House returned to normal operations Monday afternoon, ending a lockdown that ensued after someone threw a metal object over the fence along Pennsylvania Avenue, the U.S. Secret Service reported.

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