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Man struck by falling ice near Yonge and St Clair.
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It's something that is bound to happen, now that this warm sun has started to hit some of the tall buildings in Toronto.

A chunk of ice fell from the second floor of a building near Yonge and St Clair on Friday, hitting a man on the head.

Toronto Fire told Newstalk1010, that the man was up and moving around, talking with firefighters.

The man is reportedly 'elderly' and isn't expected to make the trip to hospital.

As a matter of fact, at one point, the man was seen drinking a glass of water, while talking on his cell phone.

After Wednesday's snow storm that piled more than 20cms up in parts of the building, the snow is now starting to come free from ledges of tall buildings around the city.

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It's something that is bound to happen, now that this warm sun has started to hit some of the tall buildings in Toronto.

A chunk of ice fell from the second floor of a building near Yonge and St Clair on Friday, hitting a man on the head.

Toronto Fire told Newstalk1010, that the man was up and moving around, talking with firefighters.

The man is reportedly 'elderly' and isn't expected to make the trip to hospital.

As a matter of fact, at one point, the man was seen drinking a glass of water, while talking on his cell phone.

After Wednesday's snow storm that piled more than 20cms up in parts of the building, the snow is now starting to come free from ledges of tall buildings around the city.

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