Shots were fired outside the Embassy of Ethiopia in D.C. on Monday afternoon.
It happened around 12:15 p.m., according to the U.S. Secret Service.
Officers responded immediately after hearing reports of shots being fired, and they detained and questioned an Ethiopian guard who works at the embassy. He is believed to have fired the shots.
An Ethiopian television network caught the shooting on camera while they were covering a protest at the embassy. FOX 5's Maureen Umeh has been told similar anti-government protests happen frequently here and are usually peaceful. However, some protesters went onto embassy grounds on Monday and taunted the guard. He responded by firing warning shots, one of which struck a woman's car and shattering her front window.
No injuries were reported.
The Embassy of Ethiopia is located at 3506 International Drive, NW.