Emergency vehicles arrived on the scene of 7 Ave. SW and 6 St. S.W. Friday afternoon after a desk crashed to the ground from a ninth-story window. The desk was pushed from a unit of In From the Cold, a homeless shelter. .The window was completely shattered, with the desk laying nearly intact on the sidewalk below. Glass debris covered the sidewalk. A firefighter could be seen from the hole in the window knocking out the remaining glass and covering the empty space with plywood. Two more firefighters stood on the corner, and about eight were on the other side of the building. There were about four fire trucks and two police vehicles on the scene. .A spokesman from The Calgary Police Services (CPS) told the Western Standard the incident involved a mental health incident and will likely not be followed up with legal action. “It was a mental health episode,” CPS said. “They talked to the fire department, so we didn’t end up dealing with the person, they [spoke] to the fire department so they took the lead on it.” She explained the CPS could not confirm the age or gender of the suspect. “I can’t confirm those details, no,” she said. “It looks like it was Inn From the Cold.”Western Standard asked if there would be any charges following the event. “Because it’s mental health related, I’m not too sure on that,” she said, confirming “most likely” they would be referred to a mental health professional instead. “It’s all clear from our end,” she said.