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Video: Man gives himself up to police without incident in Lively

Situation in at Lively residence comes to a peaceful conclusion                                       

Updated: July 17, 2:10 p.m.

A 23-year-old man who GSPS say was in distress exited a residence this afternoon and surrendered himself to police.

Greater Sudbury Police thanked the public for their patience and cooperation in the matter.

Updated: July 17, 1:45 p.m.

Greater Sudbury Police are still speaking with a man in distress in Lively.

Access to 7th Avenue between Maple Street and C Street is restricted while officers are on  the scene.

The GSPS Mobile Command Unit has been set up at Lively High School.

Community members are being asked not to live stream video or images of the officers. Updates will be provided as they become available

Updated: July 17, 1:35 p.m.

Greater Sudbury Police responded to an individual in distress on 7th Avenue in Lively, police said in an update on the incident.

"The man is the only person inside the residence and the scene is contained by members of the Tactical Unit, as well as Uniform Patrol," the tweet said. 

"There is no threat to public safety at this time. We ask that community members remain away from area."

Original story:

There is an ongoing incident occurring in the area of 7th Avenue in Lively, Greater Sudbury Police tweeted Wednesday afternoon.

Police are containing the scene, the tweet said, and residents should avoid the area.

"Community members are asked to stay away from the area," the tweet said. "For the safety of everyone involved, the public is also asked to refrain from posting any images of police online."

This story will be updated as information comes available.