Rising temperatures caused chunks of ice to come down near the John Hancock Center in downtown Chicago Tuesday morning, shattering the back window of a man's new Volkswagen and narrowly missing a security guard.
Chicago Police were called to the 200 block of East Delaware Street just before 9:30 a.m. for reports of a vehicle hit by ice. When they arrived, officers found the back window of Kemieyan Harris' car shattered by a huge chunk of ice.
"At first, I thought someone was shooting at me," Harris said. " I was like, oh. I pulled over and looked. Then, I saw more ice was falling. I guess the last of the ice. It was a scary moment because I didn't know what happened."
Several high-rise buildings in the area put up signs warning of falling ice, and closed off entrances near where the chunks were falling.
Chicago Police had no reports of anyone injured.