Update: 55-year-old man taken to hospital after overnight standoff in West Manheim

WEST MANHEIM, York County – Update: West Manheim Township Police says a long standoff ended peacefully early Sunday morning.

Officers say the incident was resolved by 4:30 a.m.

Police say a 55-year-old man with a gun was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

York County Quick Response Team, Penn Township Police, Hanover PA, Hanover Borough Police Department, Southwestern Regional Police, Pleasant Hill Volunteer Fire Company, and EMS services all responded to the incident, according to police.

Previous: A standoff lasting for 8 hours ended early Sunday morning in West Manheim.

According to Emergency dispatchers, the standoff started just before 11 p.m., Saturday night on the 100 block of Louvin Drive.

Dispatchers say around 11:45 p.m., the York County Quick Response Team was called to the scene.

The standoff ended at 6:32 a.m, Sunday.

One person was taken to the hospital, according to dispatchers.

The West Manheim Police Department are investigating.

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