The Toronto Sign Will Go Dark Tonight To Mourn The Victims Of The Beirut Explosion
The tragic explosion took place earlier today.
The Toronto sign will be dimmed tonight to mourn the victims of the Beirut explosion that occurred earlier on Tuesday, August 4. The incident has killed at least dozens and injured many more thousands of Lebanese, reports CBC. The extent of the damage is still unknown.
The explosion had a devastating impact on the city, especially the areas surrounding the warehouse in which the explosion took place.
Mayor John Tory made the announcement regarding the Toronto sign via Twitter at 5:44 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Toronto sign will be dimmed tonight to mourn the victims of today’s tragic explosion in Beirut, Lebanon.
Earlier today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to the tragedy by saying that.
Footage of the explosion has been shared widely over social media, showing the huge destruction it left in its wake.
The hashtag #Beirutblast has gone viral in Canada, with Canadians sharing their condolences across the world.