A U.S. Capitol Police officer who died Friday after a man rammed his vehicle into him and another officer at a barricade was identified as an 18-year veteran of the force.
The suspect, who was later pronounced dead, crashed into the two officers on Constitution Avenue outside the Capitol just after 1:00 p.m.
"It does not appear to be terrorism-related but obviously we'll continue to investigate", said Robert Contee, acting chief of the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington.
Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher, reporting from the White House, said: "It seems as if the incident is over".
Five people, including a Capitol Police officer, died in the assault inspired by Trump's groundless claims that he had lost the November presidential election due to massive fraud.
The Congress is in recess and most lawmakers are away.
The other injured officer is being treated an area hospital.
U.S. Capitol Police officers stand near a vehicle that crashed into a barricade on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 2, 2021.
Capitol Police officers near the auto that crashed into a barrier on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Members of Congress, who were in their home districts for the Easter and Passover holidays, once again mourned the loss of a Capitol Police officer, a member of the force that protects them when they're in Washington.
Two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press that the suspect stabbed one of the officers.
But, Ms Pittman said, they also remain on edge. Congress is now on recess.
Video and images from the scene showed a dark coloured sedan crashed against a vehicle barrier and a police K-9 inspecting the vehicle.
Video showed National Guard troops mobilising near the area of the crash.
The incident occurred about 100 yards (91 meters) from the entrance of the building on the Senate side of the Capitol, which is typically used by senators and staff on weekdays.