Two injured as fire breaks out at Trump Tower in NY

Two injured as fire breaks out at Trump Tower in NY

Two injured as fire breaks out at Trump Tower in NY

Two people have been injured as a result of the fire, although it is not yet known whether the victims were firefighters or members of the public.

One person was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, Reilly said.

A New York Police Department spokesman said authorities received a call about 7:30 a.m. about a one-alarm fire on the roof the Trump building on 5th Avenue.

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He added: "The New York fire department was here within minutes and did an incredible job".

Sakowich said the fire remains under investigation. They plan on releasing the findings of the investigation to the public, according to Firefighter Jim Long. The fire incidents are on a rise across the world. Firefighters are on the scene, attempting to extinguish the fire near the roof of the 58-story skyscraper and prevent the flames from spreading.

A fire department spokesperson described the matter as "quick, easy and routine".

Trump Tower caught fire on Monday morning, with emergency responders rushing to the scene just after 7am in midtown Manhattan.

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