Road closed to traffic near Montreal's Bell Centre after partial collapse
City worker looking into what caused road to buckle
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.
Gaz Metro crews on scene now with excavator <a href="https://t.co/nsrd3AftOW">pic.twitter.com/nsrd3AftOW</a>—@Steverukavina
It's located beside a new high rise condo, the Roccabella.
Passageway between two new partially built condo towers collapsed; no one hurt <a href="https://t.co/e4X23Lbpmn">pic.twitter.com/e4X23Lbpmn</a>—@Steverukavina
The building has five levels of indoor parking on site, according to its website.
Collapsed road surface is an alleyway between Drummond and De la montagne <a href="https://t.co/k1Qm7keC30">pic.twitter.com/k1Qm7keC30</a>—@Steverukavina