The U.S. Embassy in Turkey was fired at by a drive-by shooting overnight. The embassy is located in Ankara, Turkey.
This happened on the U.S. Embassy building in Turkey's capital round 5 a.m. their time.
Four or five shots were fired at the security gate. One of the bullets hit the bullet-proof window. Suspects fled in a white sedan, reportedly.
Drive-by shooting attack on US Embassy building in #Turkey's capital Ankara at or around 5 AM local time. Four to five shots were fired at the security gate, one hitting the bullet-proof window. Suspected attackers reportedly fled on a white sedan. pic.twitter.com/XAVZFO3IpH
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FOX NEWS ALERT: Manhunt underway after shots fired at U.S. embassy in Turkey overnight pic.twitter.com/Bt6xoOtBg3
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