Ice chunks falling from buildings on Lower Simcoe

Police have closed off a section of Lower Simcoe Street because big chunks of ice are falling from buildings and crashing onto the streets and sidewalks.

Pieces the size of tennis balls could be seen strewn on the pavement Saturday night

A chunk of ice that fell from a building on Simcoe Street just south of Front on Saturday night. (Sheena Goodyear/CBC)

Police closed off a section of Lower Simcoe Street on Saturday night due to falling ice. 

Big chunks of ice were falling from buildings and crashing onto the streets and sidewalks. 

A sign posted outside the Delta Hotel on Lower Simcoe Street on Saturday night warns passersby about the hazard. (Sheena Goodyear/CBC)

Pieces the size of tennis balls could be seen strewn on the pavement Saturday night before police arrived on the scene and closed off the street from Bremmer Blvd. to Front Street. 

There were no reports of damage or injuries. 

A piece of ice about the size of a golfball on the sidewalk of Lower Simcoe Street. (Sheena Goodyear/CBC)

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