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The Trump Tower rains glass from the sky (again)

The Trump Tower rains glass from the sky (again)

Another day, another pane of glass falling from the sky, this time from the Trump Tower at Bay and Adelaide. Yesterday around 4 p.m., a panel fell from the building’s 34th floor, marking the second time the tower has rained glass on the world below (“That kind of thing just happens,” according to Donald Trump Jr.). The latest episode is reportedly due to a worker with slippery fingers, who lost hold of the pane while it was being installed. No injuries were reported, though a few vehicles—and the Trump Tower’s reputation—suffered some damage. [Toronto Star]

(Images: Chicken Little, dbgg1979; Skyline, Ian Muttoo)

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