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Glass House + Stone (or Something) = Apple Store Disaster
PHOTO: One of the glass panes of Apples flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York shattered during the snowstorm, Jan. 21, 2014.

They say that those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, but those clearing the sidewalks near them might also want to think twice about using snowblowers.

The website 9to5Mac reports that one of the giant glass panels that surround the entrance to the flagship Apple Store on Fifth Avenue in New York City broke after an accidental encounter with a snowblower on Tuesday.

Fixing the mishap will reportedly cost about $450,000.

Despite the broken panel, the store remains open for business, though they have not set a date for when the glass panel will be repaired.

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