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Weapons investigation launched following incident in south-end London, Ont.

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The victim was rushed to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries, according to police. A 32-year-old London man was charged. File / Global News

London, Ont., police have launched a weapons investigation following an incident that happened in the city’s south end.

Police say they were called to a residence on Hines Crescent around 7 a.m. Sunday regarding a man in distress and possibly having a weapon.

Officials contained the residence and closed a portion of Hines Crescent and Crawford Street.

The area of Hines Crescent and Crawford Street.
The area of Hines Crescent and Crawford Street. Google Maps

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Police say crisis negotiators also attended the scene.

Shortly after 9:30 a.m., police say the man surrendered himself without incident.

Officials say the situation has been resolved and the incident is under investigation to determine what charges will be laid.

Hines Crescent and Crawford Street have reopened.

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