FORT COLLINS, Colo. (KDVR) — Fort Collins Police say a person in crisis was found conscious and alert after a large police presence Friday morning.

The incident was reported before 8 a.m. near Timberline Road and East Horsetooth Road. Police said a person in crisis threatened self-harm using chemical substances.

Police ordered evacuations for people living in Building B of the apartment complex out of an abundance of caution.

Around 8:42 a.m., police said a man was located inside the building and was able to walk out to get medical treatment.

“This was a heavily resource intensive call that involved excellent communication and coordination among patrol, Fort Collins 911, SWAT, Poudre Fire Authority, and property management,” said Patrol Lieutenant Kevin Cronin. “We’re grateful that these efforts lead to a positive outcome for someone needing help in our community.”

Poudre Fire is working to make sure the building is safe for residents to return.

If you or anyone you know needs a lifeline, please call 988, 844-493-8255 or text “talk” to 38255. The Colorado Crisis Service Hotline has people standing by whenever you need to talk.

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