Man falls from second floor to the ground level inside Toronto's Eaton Centre

TORONTO, ON-. File shot of shoppers and the mall for any use. Eaton Centre parent company Cadilac Fairview uses facial recognition software embedded into the maps. Not yet confirmed the technology is at EC, but CF has said it is used nationally. Shoppers at Eaton Centre may not know about recognition software being used. July 26, 2018. (Rene Johnston/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Torontonians are still waiting for an official update on the man who plummeted from the second floor to the group floor of the Eaton Centre. Since Tuesday evening, Toronto Police have been investigating the incident, after responding to a medical call at the mall.


Officials say the man suffered severe injuries. The circumstances of the fall are still unknown at this time but the man was taken to a trauma centre in the city on Tuesday.



According to Global News, the man is believed to be in his 40s and Toronto Paramedics were called to the scene at 4:45 p.m.



Back in 2017, a 34-year-old construction worker fell to his death at the Eaton Centre while installing stairs. Another worker who fell at the same time only suffered minor injuries.