CHICAGO — Highs winds are being blamed for sending a wooden sign flying off of scaffolding at Willis Tower and into two vehicles, injuring a cab driver whose windshield was smashed.
Chicago police say the driver was taken to a hospital in good condition with an arm injury following the incident that occurred about 7:40 a.m. Wednesday.
Willis Tower issued a statement saying “we are continuing to work with safety officials and ensure that the construction site is secure during periods of high wind.
The National Weather Service says a 61 mph wind gust was measured at O’Hare International Airport.
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