Illinois' local representatives were not injured in a shooting Wednesday morning at a congressional baseball game in Alexandria, Va.
U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, who represents parts of Bloomington-Normal, was at the baseball game. His spokeswoman tells 25 News he was uninjured.
Area U.S. Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Darin LaHood were not at the game.
A number of congressional aides and Capitol Police officers were also shot.
My prayers are with @SteveScalise this morning as he's treated after this morning's shooting & will continue to monitor developments closely— Darin LaHood (@RepLaHood) June 14, 2017
.@RodneyDavis spokeswoman confirms Davis was at practice but is OK— Newsradio WTAX (@WTAX) June 14, 2017
Please pray for Steve and all those injured. https://t.co/HsRN1Zm9kn— US Rep Rodney Davis (@RodneyDavis) June 14, 2017
JUST IN: President Trump issues statement after Congressman Steve Scalise shot at baseball game in Virginia pic.twitter.com/46LD90gUAZ— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 14, 2017
Horrified by this morning's Congressional baseball shooting. Thank you to our brave Capitol Police. Prayers for @SteveScalise & the wounded— Rep. Cheri Bustos (@RepCheri) June 14, 2017
My thoughts are with my colleagues in the House, Congressional staffers and Capitol Police who were attacked in a senseless act of violence— Tammy Duckworth (@SenDuckworth) June 14, 2017