Toronto

King Street reopened after falling glass led to closure of section downtown

Part of King Street downtown has been reopened after it was closed due to falling glass from a building on Sunday, the city says.

'Falling glass debris' had prompted the city to close King Street West at Yonge Street

Some of the 'falling glass debris' is here on the ground. (Keith Burgess/CBC)

Part of King Street downtown has been reopened after it was closed due to falling glass from a building on Sunday, the city says. 

The city closed King Street West from Yonge to Bay Streets due to "falling glass debris."

The TTC had closed the south side entrance of King Station at 1 King St. W. due to the debris but it has since reopened that entrance.

As well, the 504 King streetcar, which took a detour through Spadina Avenue, Queen Street West and Church Street, has resumed regular service.

Police cars were parked on King Street West after officers closed a stretch of the major Toronto street due to falling glass. (Keith Burgess/CBC)