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Shots Fired at Trump's Mar-a-Lago

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Authorities say officers fired shots at a vehicle that breached security Friday at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said two people were taken into custody.

There was no word on any injuries.

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The president was not at the resort at the time, although he is scheduled to arrive there later Friday.

According to the sheriff’s office, a black SUV being pursued by the Florida Highway Patrol breached security about 11:40 a.m. at the main entrance of the resort.

Officers fired shots and the SUV raced off.

It was pursued by the Highway Patrol and a sheriff’s office helicopter.

The sheriff’s office said the SUV was later found and the two people were taken into custody.

No further details were immediately available.

Mar-a-Lago has been the scene of several intrusions since Trump became president.

There was no immediate information about the two people arrested Friday.

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