Video shows start of car chase.
Widespread media speculation suggest that Connecticut dental hygienist Miriam Carey was suffering from post-partem depression as she sparked a chase in the heart of Washington, D.C. that resulted in her death on Thursday.
Some journalists expressed dismay over the shooting on Twitter.
Carey remains listed on the staff on the website for Bronx Dental Implants and Periodontics in Bronx, N.Y.
News coverage about Carey's brush with alarmed law enforcement officers can be viewed at:
- Source: Schizophrenia meds found at home of Miriam Carey after Capitol chase
- Why DC Rampager Miriam Carey Didn't Have To Die -- And Why Her Killer Must Be Named
- Meet Miriam Carey, Suspect Reportedly Killed In The Capitol Hill Shooting
- What Pushed Miriam Carey to a Capitol Hill Tragedy?
- Report: Woman in D.C. chase may have thought Obama was stalking her
- Mother: Daughter in Capitol chase was depressed
- Miriam Carey, driver shot near U.S. Capitol, lived with toddler daughter in Stamford, Conn.
- Connecticut woman Miriam Carey suffered 'postpartum depression' after having baby before crashing White House gate, mom says
- No Weapons, Anti-Government Items In Stamford Condo Of Woman Killed In Washington Chase