Two vehicles were struck by gunfire early Thursday along Pennsylvania Avenue near the headquarters for the Justice Department and the FBI, D.C. police said.
One man was wounded and drove himself to a hospital, said police, who described his injuries as minor. No one was injured in the second vehicle, a Honda Accord, though police said it was disabled by a bullet that struck the undercarriage and damaged a fuse box.
The shooting occurred about 2 a.m. at Ninth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.
A police report said the driver of one car was heading east on Pennsylvania Avenue when she “heard the sounds of gunshots” and “noticed unknown objects hitting her vehicle.” She turned right onto Ninth Street NW, where her car stopped.
The driver “felt glass popping near her feet and legs,” the report says.
No arrests have been made, and police said they have not determined whether either vehicle was targeted.