HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) –  At around 2 p.m. Friday, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department, a man jumped to his death from atop the Dolby Theater at the Hollywood & Highland Entertainment and shopping complex.

The incident occurred after five hours of first responders, including LAFD, police officers and mental health professionals attempting to coax the man down from a precarious position some 60-feet above street level.

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“…sadly, he jumped and plummeted to his death in an area where LAFD’s rescue air cushion was not able to access. LAFD firefighter-paramedics were on the scene to render aid, if necessary, but the man was beyond medical help,” fire officials wrote in an alert.

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Crews have cleared the scene.

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Mental health services are available 24-hours day, including a warm-line where those in need can simply speak to a trained listener, the Los Angeles County Department Mental Health.