Washington, D.C. — The National Black Market Fentanyl Program is on lockdown and locked down at the Capitol in the U.S. Capitol complex in the District of Columbia.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says there is no access to the facility, which includes a conference room and a cafeteria.NEMA also says there are no public buildings, vehicles, or aircraft accessible for the public.
The lockdown is for members of the House of Representatives and the Senate, but the Department of Homeland Security says that’s an assumption, as well.
Members of the Senate and House are in the Capitol for the final debate on the opioid crisis and are only allowed in to meet and confer with each other.
They are also prohibited from traveling or receiving public transportation.NMA is calling for anyone with information about this lockdown to come forward.
Anyone with information on the lockdown should call 1-800-845-7386.