Construction workers dropped a large pane of glass while trying to install it at the downtown Trump Tower at Bay and Adelaide, a Trump spokesperson told CityNews.ca.

The glass fell from the 34th floor, just after 4 p.m. Wednesday.

The streets and sidewalks below were littered with shattered glass.

Luckily no one was hurt, but several cars were damaged, Const. Tony Vella said.

One man told CityNews he barely avoided injury when he had to suddenly scramble to avoid the falling glass.

“I looked up in the air and as I looked up I saw this huge pane of glass fall down and crash onto Adelaide Street. There was glass everywhere and I had to run to get out of the way. It’s pretty scary stuff,” said John.

Leona Mickelson, who works in the area, witnessed the aftermath of the construction mishap.

“We saw that the workers were very distraught and had their hands over their heads and were yelling at each other,” she said.

Adelaide Street West east of Bay Street was closed for several hours before reopening.

Trump officials are working with police to investigate the matter.

It’s the second time this year that glass has fallen from the Trump Tower. On May 24, high winds knocked loose wires and scaffolding into a glass panel.

There were no injuries in that incident.