Road closed to traffic near Montreal's Bell Centre after partial collapse

Montreal police say no one was injured and there was no need for evacuation after a partial road collapse downtown on Tuesday.

City worker looking into what caused road to buckle

Drummond Street was slumped upon itself (Simon-Marc Charron/Radio-Canada)

Montreal police say no one was injured and there was no need for evacuation after a partial road collapse downtown on Tuesday. 

The road buckled slightly on a small street connecting de la Montagne and Drummond Street, right near the Bell Centre.

City workers are looking into what caused the collapse.

It's located beside a new high rise condo, the Roccabella.

The building has five levels of indoor parking on site, according to its website.