Glass Falls From High-Rise Building as Strong Winds Batter San Francisco

A shelter-in-place order was issued after glass fell from a high-rise building in San Francisco on Tuesday, March 14, as high winds battered the city, officials said.

Footage released by the San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) shows damage to a window on the 43rd floor of the Bank of America building at 555 California Street.

SFFD Captain Jonathan Baxter confirmed two windows were damaged. One window was completely broken and fell from its frame onto the street below, while another window was cracked. No injuries were reported.

The National Weather Service warned of potentially dangerous high winds and fallen objects in the Bay Area on Tuesday. Credit: San Francisco Fire Department Media via Storyful