3:30 a.m. — Police say a man who was standing on a rooftop in downtown Springfield for more than 15 hours has left the roof.
According to a tweet from the Springfield Police Department, officers “successfully ended” the incident at 3:30 a.m., at which point the man was taken to a hospital.
The man had been on the rooftop since before noon on Monday, causing parts of Park Central Square to be shut down intermittenly.
10:45 p.m. — At 10:45 p.m., the man was still on the rooftop. Police had been attempting to negotiate with the man since about noon. 
A couple of dozen people were still gathered on the square watching the events play out. 
Firefighters raised a ladder up to the rooftop but the man did not get on. 
10 p.m. — At about 10 p.m., firefighters raised a ladder up to the rooftop but the man did not get on.
9 p.m. — Just before 9 p.m., about a dozen …
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