Update: Shelter-in-place order lifted for Dillon Valley residents | SummitDaily.com

Update: Shelter-in-place order lifted for Dillon Valley residents

DILLON — Residents of Dillon Valley and nearby areas got an emergency alert shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday to shelter in place until further notice.

The alert was related to a report of a man who was threatening to harm himself with a firearm in the 700 block of Straight Creek Drive in Dillon Valley, according to Erin Opsahl, spokesperson for the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

Opsahl said at about 7:20 p.m. that the scene had been secured by law enforcement officials, but people in the area were advised to stay indoors until the order was lifted shortly before 9 p.m.

No additional information was available Tuesday night.

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