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A Look Back: March 2007 - Ice Falls Off the CN Tower

After a messy storm on March 1st, 2007, Toronto residents had one really big problem to deal with -- what to do when ice fell from the world's tallest building. Surrounding streets were closed, including the Gardiner Expressway, when, for the first time in its history, ice had built up on the CN Tower and began to fall to the ground. While parked cars had suffered damage, no one was injured; which was fortunate, considering that from almost almost three quarters up the tower, falling ice could hit the ground at over 350 kilometres per hour.

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