Adelaide Street between Bay and Yonge will remain closed Wednesday after following reports of a cracked window at the Trump Tower.
Police say the crack could result in falling glass due to high winds.
The first incident of falling glass was reported Tuesday evening, with road closures in effect since around 6 p.m.
It’s the second time this year the Tower has forced road closures in the area. In August, Bay Street from King Street to Richmond Street was shut down due to public safety concerns over a swaying antenna.
Officials say the area will be closed until at least Thursday.
Adelaide St W remains closed today between Bay St and Yonge St due to the probability of high winds. Plan alternate routes ^ma @311Toronto
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) October 28, 2015
Heads up: Bay and Adelaide will be closed until at least tomorrow. Crews can't work on the cracked window at Trump tower today @globalnewsto
— Cindy Pom (@CindyPom) October 28, 2015