Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was not in danger of being injured when parts of a Queensland ceiling collapsed this morning.
Three people were injured and two were taken to hospital when tiles fell from the ceiling of the Waterfront Place building around 10:45am this morning.
Police confirmed that Mr Turnbull was in an adjoining room when the tiles came crashing down.
The incident took place on a floor of Waterfront Place near Eagle Street, where members of the Federal Cabinet were meeting.
Breaking.. 3 parliamentarian staff hit by tiles in a partial ceiling collapse. The prime minister was in an adjoining room @7NewsQueensland— Sarah Best (@sarahbestqld) October 25, 2016
A report was made at 10:51am this morning after three ceiling panels fell from the building's ceiling, injuring the three patients.
A Queensland Police spokesperson said that one person had suffered a minor shoulder injury.
More to come.
3 w minor injuries assessed after reports ceiling panels fell, Eagle St #Brisbane. 1 w minor shoulder injury to be transported to hospital.— Queensland Ambulance (@QldAmbulance) October 25, 2016