Emergency services have talked down a man from a bridge at the Hayes by-pass - the second time a similar incident has occurred at the same location within a week.
Metropolitan police confirmed that they were called at 6.29pm on Sunday (April 3) to the Ossie Garvin roundabout in Hayes, to reports of a man threatening to self harm.
A spokesperson for the police said: "Officers, the London Ambulance Service (LAS) and the London Fire Brigade attended and spoke with the man.
"The man was subsequently taken to hospital for treatment under the Mental Health Act."
LAS were also called at 6.34pm to an incident at Ossie Garvin roundabout and Uxbridge Road in Hayes.
A spokesperson for LAS said: "We sent an ambulance crew, an incident officer and the hazardous area response team (HART) to the scene.
"We treated one patient who was taken to hospital."
The Ossie Garvin roundabout connects Uxbridge Road, with A312 The Parkway, which was closed whilst emergency services dealt with the incident.
Roads were re-opened at 8.38pm, after heavy traffic and tailbacks in the area.
Latest in series of incidents
The incident comes two days after police detained a man under the Mental Health Act at the same location.
Previously to that, a police officer was forced to grab woman to stop her falling from bridge over A40 in Uxbridge.
Hillingdon borough has also seen two deaths within a two-week period. The first was a man who died after falling from a bridge over the A40 at Long Lane and the second a man who fell from a multi-storey car park in Uxbridge.
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