PHOTOS: Officials eye gap on highrise balcony linked to tot’s fatal fall

The death of a London toddler whose father says she fell through a gap in the balcony guardrail of their 20th-floor apartment has stunned the city. The investigations -- by police, city hall building officials and the highrise's owners, Medallion Corp. -- continue. The Ontario Building Code states gaps on guardrails should be small enough that an object 10 centimetres in diameter (roughly the size of a softball) couldn't pass through. LFP photojournalist Mike Hensen captured these images on Thursday that show the width of the gap on the family's balcony, and other balconies on that floor. Read More


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