Lockdowns at Stafford Springs hospital, healthcare center lifted

Lockdowns were lifted at Stafford Springs hospital, healthcare center on Friday. (WFSB)

Johnson Memorial Medical Center and the Evergreen Healthcare Center in Stafford Springs were both placed on lockdown on Friday afternoon, state police said.

Connecticut State Police said the lockdowns, which were lifted just before 1 p.m. came after a report of person with a gun in the area.

The hospital and healthcare center share a driveway on Chestnut Hill Road.

Troopers said the incident was resolved with no injuries and an individual is in custody.

The hospital said the man was taken into the hospital for treatment. The gun was removed.

They said there was no active shooter. They remain on the scene.

UPDATE *STAFFORD*: Incident has been RESOLVED with no injuries, lockdown lifted, individual in custody.— CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) September 23, 2016

No other details were released.

STAFFORD: Johnson Memorial Hospital-reports of man w/ firearm. NO active shooter; facility in lockdown; troopers on scene. Nothing further. pic.twitter.com/4cEC8VOooT— CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) September 23, 2016

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