The man who climbed the 300-foot tower that makes up the Supreme Scream ride at Knott’s Berry Farm in California is safe and receiving the help he needs.

On Saturday, the amusement park shut down the Supreme Scream and several rides near the area after learning a man climbed the metal tower. 

Around 7:30 p.m., park guests noticed the man scaling the structure. The man was seen wearing a face-covering at the top of the Supreme Scream while standing beside the American flag for over an hour.

The Buena Park Police Department shared a tweet, warning the people to stay clear of the area.

“Officers and OCFA are on scene at Knott’s Berry Farm, where someone has climbed to the top of Supreme Scream. La Palma between Beach and Western has been closed. Please stay out of the area while we work to bring this person down, safely,” the tweet stated.

While officials, including fire rescue crews, were prepared to ascend the tower to get the man, at about 9 p.m., he climbed down on his own.

The park later released a statement addressing the incident and the condition of the man who scaled the structure.

“At approximately 7:23 p.m., Knott’s Berry Farm became aware of a male who had accessed an unauthorized area and climbed the Supreme Scream tower. Park personnel alerted local law enforcement and emergency responders who are now on site,” read the statement.

“The guest descended the tower at 8:55 p.m. and is now currently safely on the ground in police custody. No other information is available at this time. The safety of our guests is always our top priority.”

No charges have been filed against the man, who was taken to a local hospital for a mental health evaluation following the incident. Officials have not revealed why the man climbed the ride.

amusement park In this photo, women are pictured on a ride at an amusement park in the West Bank city of Tulkarem, July 1, 2017. Photo: Getty Images