Fire at Trump Tower, New York City

FDNY responded to a fire on the 47th floor

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NEW YORK (WTTG) – Emergency crews responded to a fire at the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City Friday morning.

Firefighters were on the scene trying to put out the flames around 5 a.m.

The fire was apparently contained to one room on the 47th floor and was quickly brought under control. One minor injury was reported.

 

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