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The homeowner's association tells ABC7 News that the homeowner on the 41st floor left the window open, and they think that combined with gale-force winds caused the window to fail.
AVOID AREA OF MISSION AND FREMONT WINDOW BROKEN ON 41 ST FLOOR WITH GLASS DEBRES FALLING NO INJURIES REPORTED pic.twitter.com/TvMt3yVWJ3— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDIA (@SFFDPIO) February 9, 2020
The fire department responded and reported shattered glass fell onto the street below.
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Police shut down the intersection of Mission and Fremont street, which has since reopened.
Crews were able to fix the window on Sunday afternoon.
The HOA says a building inspector surveyed the damage and cleared the building.
#Developing @SFPD says window has blown out of Millennium Tower on 41st floor. @SFFDPIO reports no one hurt from falling glass below. Streets around tower remain closed. Winds are EXTREMELY gusty. https://t.co/BX2jceybQM pic.twitter.com/dPZ6KiyoKZ— Cornell Barnard (@CornellBarnard) February 9, 2020
This is just the latest issue involving Millennium.
The 58-story skyscraper has sunk 17 inches and tilted two inches since it opened in 2009. Then, a window on the 36th floor cracked in 2018.
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Last year, a lawyer for a group of homeowners says a tentative agreement was reached to stabilize the building and compensate residents for the tower's defect.