An investigation is underway into why panic buttons were removed from Rep. Ayanna Pressley’s (D-Mass.) office ahead of last week’s deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol building, a Pressley spokesperson said.
As Pressley’s staff sheltered in the Longworth Office Building across the street from the Capitol during the riot last Wednesday, chief of staff Sarah Groh noticed the panic buttons installed in the congresswoman’s office suite in case of emergencies had been ripped out inexplicably, she told the Boston Globe Wednesday.
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