Toronto police urge public to ‘consider alternate routes’ after tree knocks wires down

The right side of a Toronto police vehicle is seen in this file photo. Isaac Callan/Global News

Police are warning residents to “consider alternate routes of travel” after a tree fell and knocked wires down on a roadway in Toronto.

In a tweet Wednesday, Toronto police said the incident took place in the Kipling Avenue and Princess Margaret Boulevard area.

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Officers said a large tree fell and knocked down wires.

According to police, the tree will not be moved until Thursday.

“Consider alternate routes of travel,” the tweet read.


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