UPDATE: No more concerns about ice falling off the CN Tower
Toronto Police have re-opened the area around the CN Tower and Rogers Centre after ice came crashing down on Monday, and the Blue Jays have confirmed that Tuesday's doubleheader is on.
The falling ice appeared to have broken windows in the area, damaged a car, and damaged the roof at the Rogers Centre, postponing Monday's Jays game.
No injuries were reported.
Police say the all-clear has now been given.
Update:— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) April 17, 2018
-No ice has fallen since last night
-No injs have been reported as a result of falling ice
-The experts have since done an assessment and no longer feel a safety concern in regards to falling ice
-Police are no longer on scene, and the area has been reopened
The Blue Jays confirm that the doubleheader is on, after crews worked to repair the roof damaged by ice.
While we're certainly not into making guarantees (anymore), today's doubleheader will go on as scheduled. Let's play ball! pic.twitter.com/xNqxj8Q18s— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 17, 2018
All gates open at 1:30 p.m. and fans with tickets for today will have access to attend both games. The second game of the doubleheader will begin approximately 30 minutes following the conclusion of the first game.— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 17, 2018
The CN Tower has also re-opened to tourists.