LINCOLN–(KFOR Jan. 18)–A situation on Thursday morning on the Harris Overpass along “O” Street heading west of downtown Lincoln has been resolved.
That’s according to social media post from the Lincoln Police Department. Officers were first dispatched before 7am to the Harris Overpass on a person having a mental health crisis.
It was safely resolved shortly after 9am and traffic has returned to normal in the area.
UPDATE (9:15 a.m.): Thanks to the diligent work of our officers to communicate with the individual, this situation has been safely resolved. Westbound O Street is now open. https://t.co/8VgyrVLVpd
— Lincoln Police (@Lincoln_Police) January 18, 2024
LINCOLN–(KFOR Jan. 18)–Traffic is an issue along “O” Street heading west out of downtown Lincoln.
According to Lincoln Police, westbound traffic on “O” Street is blocked off from 9th Street to 3rd Street, due to a situation on the Harris Overpass. Police say officers are currently rendering aid to a person undergoing a mental health crisis on the Harris overpass.
That section of “O” Street will be closed for an indefinite period of time and Police ask you to use alternate route for the time being.