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LENEXA, Kan. — An emergency at a Lenexa QuikTrip ended less than an hour after it began Tuesday morning.

Officers responded the popular gas station at West 87th Street and Neiman Road, just off of Interstate 35, around 9:45 p.m. on a report of a domestic disturbance.

Police said a domestic situation happened at one of the gas pumps. When officers arrived, a man inside one of the vehicles pulled a gun.

Lenexa police spokesperson Danny Chavez said officers backed up and called for more resources, including crisis negotiators.

Officers safely moved a woman involved who was outside the vehicle away to speak with her. Customers and employees also evacuated the store and parking lot.

Crisis negotiators talked to the man for about an hour before he got out of the vehicle and peacefully surrendered to officers. Police took the man into custody.

No one was injured. The QuikTrip location reopened late Tuesday morning.