Trump Tower Fire Contained After Massive Response, Three Injuries Reported

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The blaze reportedly broke out at around 6.58am on Monday, NBC4 NY reported, and appears to have affacted the top of the building, which would put the blaze close to Trump's own penthouse residence and several floors about the headquarters of The Trump Organization.

The Fire Department reported three injuries, two of which were not life-threatening.

Images showed dark plumes of smoke billowing from the building's roof just after 7 a.m.

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Fire officials said a civilian was treated for serious injuries and a firefighter was treated for minor injuries. The Department said its fighters were at the scene of the fire.

Trump was in Washington at the time. Fire officials described the blaze as both being on the top floor and roof.

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Firefighters stand on top of Trump Tower during a small fire on January 8, 2018.

The first story claimed that President Donald Trump was "feared dead" because of the fire on the roof of the building, which is also the President's home in the city. The New York Fire Department was here within minutes and did an incredible job. His son Eric Trump tweeted his praise of the firefighters for their quick response. Trump's primary residence was in the building before his election victory and inauguration almost a year ago.

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