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WASHINGTON - A naked man took to a rooftop in Northwest D.C. Wednesday afternoon and began firing shots and exposing himself, according to D.C.

police. Authorities say it is an adult male experiencing a mental health crisis. There is currently no active threat, according to police, and no active shooter.

The man has since put on his clothes. A naked man took to a rooftop Wednesday afternoon in Northwest D.C. and police say he began firing shots while exposing himself.A large police presence has gathered near Georgia Avenue and Kennedy Street as officers attempt to apprehend the man.

Police say they have recovered a firearm from the scene. A barricade has been declared with several streets closed in the Brightwood Park neighborhood.

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