The Penn Yan Police Department reports that no one was hurt after two hours of negotiating at the Seneca Street train trestle.
Police say that on Monday around 8 p.m. officers observed a male sitting on the Seneca Street train trestle with his feet hanging off the edge.
As the officer attempted to establish a rapport with the individual, he made comments about jumping. Officers negotiated with the individual for about two hours and convinced him to seek medical attention.
The individual was escorted from the trestle by Penn Yan Police, then transported to Clifton Springs Hospital for an evaluation.
Police say they were assisted by members of the Yates County Sheriff’s Office and Penn Yan Ambulance.
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