Gunman shot dead by police in Ipswich, residents urged to stay indoors

Queensland Police have mentioned they fatally shot an armed man who threatened them, after negotiations failed in a suburb south-west of Brisbane.

At One Mile, Ipswich, police declared an emergency zone at midday on Sunday as they responded to experiences of a 27-year-old man who had a firearm.

They requested all residents of Ernest Street and Woodford Street to remain indoors.

Police have shot lifeless an armed man in Ipswich, south-west of Brisbane.Credit:Nine News

The Queensland Police Service issued an announcement about 2.30pm confirming the person had been shot by police following a disturbance.

Police mentioned they tried to barter with the person and officers have been threatened earlier than they shot the person at about 12.30pm.

He was handled on the scene however died a short while later.

The 27-year-old man was treated at the scene but later died.

The 27-year-old man was handled on the scene however later died.

The incident is beneath investigation by Ethical Standards Command on behalf of the state coroner, with the investigation topic to oversight by the Crime and Corruption Commission.

The emergency declaration was revoked about 2pm however Ernest and Woodford Streets have been declared crime scenes and public entry is restricted.

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