The Toronto Police are investigating an incident that happened on Tuesday afternoon in the Eaton Centre, a very popular mall in downtown Toronto.\nPolice took to Twitter to confirm their investigation after a man reportedly fell from the second floor onto the bottom floor of the mall.\nREAD ALSO: Canadians Are Being Warned About The Mystery Disease "Acute Flaccid Myelitis" And Here Are The Warning Symptoms\nUpdate:Units OS have advised that that the male's injuries are severe.Circumstances of fall not yet determined.He is being taken to a trauma centre.Anyone who may have info please call @TPS52Div.#GO1957549^adc\n— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) October 23, 2018\nIn a second tweet, the medics on site confirmed that the injuries are severe and the man has been transferred to a trauma centre. One cryptic tweet from someone inside the mall has suggested that the fall may have been intentional, though nothing has been confirmed by officials.\nREAD ALSO: Doug Ford Just Scrapped $15 Minimum Wage And Ontario Employees Won’t Get A Raise Until 2021\nA second user on Twitter stated that they walked by the man in the mall and stated he was covered in blood with his eyes open.\nApparently the man at the Eaton Centre jumped from the 2nd floor. Just saw him on a gurney alive but in rough shape. Tragic. They should really make the guard rails a bit higher. pic.twitter.com/SlEjqrKFLq\n— Chris Spiering (@cspiering) October 23, 2018\nAnyone know what happened at the Eaton Centre? pic.twitter.com/b2ROmayD4X\n— Enza (@Enza_94) October 23, 2018\nPhoto's from the scene on social media suggest that the man fell down from the second floor to the fountain on the main floor of the mall. You can see the sign for the Urban Eatery escalators leading to the basement in the tweet above.\nREAD ALSO: Waterspouts Are Popping Up Across Ontario Today And Here’s How It Will Affect Snowstorms Across The Province (PHOTOS)\nNarcity is continuing to investigate this story as more details unfold. More to come.\nDisclaimer: If you or anyone you know have is struggling with thoughts of harming themselves, please reach out to a trusted peer, parent or health care professional. You can also contact a local helpline which is available 24-hours a day to talk. Or click here, for additional support resources. If you need immediate assistance please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital. Support is available.