CTVNews.ca Staff, with CTV Toronto's Brandon Rowe report
Published on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 7:48 PM EST
One of the Ontario families woke up on Wednesday's house, something waking up. It became ice, probably by plane.
Michael Caccavo, Mississauga, said CTV Toronto was booming, at 6:30 p.m. "The house shook a bit," he said.
When he investigated when Caccavus entered the room of his parents, he saw a large hole in the ceiling in the closet, and remained on the floor with ice.
Caccavo said that the ice – about five pounds – was landed a few meters from where his mother was sleeping.
"That's it (my mother and dad) prepared," he said. "That's where they dressed. It's scary."
Caccavo said a plane landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport had dropped 25 kilometers from ice.
Flight data An Air Canada Rouge flight from Las Vegas would take off from her home during this time.
Air Canada told CTV Toronto that there were no incidents. Nav Canada, a nonprofit agency responsible for air traffic control, said it was the homeowner.
Airplanes depart southwards and fall into smaller portions when airplanes become warmer, as Heathrow Airport says, they are "strange".
Caccavo said the damage could cost around $ 20,000. He called the airport and he did not answer.
"My mother shakes, she's a little worried. She's a bit scared," she said. "But we're happy everyone is well."
The ice maker of an airplane with my parents fell to Mississauga this morning this morning. 2 meters from parents of my father's parents. Thank you, God did not hurt. But if he were someone, who would be responsible? @MissiNewsRoom @ CP24 @CityNews pic.twitter.com/wsbSdsOG70
– Daniel (@DanielCadillac) January 9, 2019