Falling glass causes road closures in downtown Calgary
Large pieces of broken glass are stopping traffic from flowing in downtown.
Yesterday’s high winds caused a sizeable piece of glass to fall to the streets around 9:45 am Sunday. The glass fell from the 23rd floor of a high rise on 6th Avenue SW, and high winds throughout the day prevented crews from clearing the glass, according to a release from the Calgary Fire Department.
Road closures remain in effect as of Monday morning, with 1st Street between 5th Avenue and 8th Avenue SW being closed, along with 6th Avenue between Centre Street and 2nd Street, and 7th Avenue between Centre Street and 2nd Street SW to pedestrians.
The C-Train will still be running its usual route, but will not be stopping at 1st Street SW Station.
A release from the City of Calgary says that crews are working to resolve the situation.
#CTRiders CTrains are running as scheduled, however trains are not servicing 1st Street West station pic.twitter.com/a8nWxZgtYP
— Calgary Transit (@calgarytransit) October 30, 2017