Syracuse police closed parts of West Onondaga Street shortly after noon Thursday after reports that a man was threatening to kill himself with a gun.
At least five police cars and an ambulance responded to the call at 12:15 p.m.
Officers on the scene took out long guns.
About 30 minutes later, a man came out of a building with his hands on his head. He went to the ground and officers surrounded him.
He appeared to be guided to an ambulance.
Syracuse.com | The Post-Standard has reached out to Syracuse police for more information.
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