As the mob swarmed into the U.S. Capitol, Pennsylvania congresswoman Susan Wild took cowl, squeezing into a decent aisle in an upper-floor gallery and inching throughout the ground as supporters of President Donald Trump banged on the doorways. “That was when it really started to get scary,” mentioned Wild, 63, describing Wednesday’s dramatic siege of the complicated that homes the U.S. Congress. After she fumbled to work a gasoline masks and briefly misplaced a shoe whereas dragging herself towards a door to evacuate, gunfire rang out. Police shouted, “Get down. Get down. Get down!” as individuals screamed, Wild mentioned in an interview with Reuters.