William Evans will be only the sixth person to have the distinction of lying in honour in the Capitol Rotunda.
The driver of the vehicle was shot dead by police after lunging at officers with a knife.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced on Tuesday that fallen Capitol Police Officer William "Billy" Evans, who was killed as the result of an attack on the Capitol last week, will lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda.
Shots were reported fired at the north barricade of the U.S. Capitol, according to sources.
A U.S. Capitol Police officer was killed and another officer was injured after a knife-wielding man rammed his car into the officers near a Capitol Hill security barricade Friday afternoon, authorities said.
Officer William ‘Billy’ Evans had been a Capitol police officer for 18 years
Two officers were struck by the vehicle and the suspect who drove the car is dead.
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A police officer was killed and another seriously injured on Friday after a car ploughed into a barrier outside the US Capitol, which has been on high alert in recent months after a violent mob sieged the building.
The Capitol is put on lockdown due to an "external security threat."
The suspect hit the barricade, "exited the car with a knife in hand," and "lunged" at officers before one of them opened fire, Capitol Police said.
The package was found at a ground-floor level meeting room in the Rayburn House Office Building, NBC 4 reporter Scott MacFarlane tweeted.