Part of Bay Street in downtown Toronto was forced to close early Saturday morning after glass fell from the recently opened Trump Tower.

Police say glass came tumbling from the skyscraper, billed as the tallest residential building in Canada, just after 5:30 a.m. No injuries have been reported.

As a result, officials have shut down a two-block stretch of Bay Street between King Street West and Temperance Street. It's unclear when the road will reopen.

Officers said the glass came from a "higher floor" of the 60-storey building, but haven't been able to pinpoint the exact location.

According to the Toronto Transit Commission, the No. 6 Bay bus is diverting north via Wellington, University and Dundas. It's also diverting south via Richmond, University and King due to a road closure at Bay and Adelaide.

The Trump Tower, designed by Zeidler Partnership Architects, opened in late January.