Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan caught fire

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Three people are injured in an early morning fire at the top of Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, the New York Fire Department says, as the city's workday rush begins.

Someone called from their phone to report the incident to the fire department.

There was one minor injury to a firefighter after some debris fell on him and one engineer who breathed in smoke, he said. The department said a fire started around 7 a.m. Monday in the heating and air conditioning system of the building.

US President Donald Trump was in Washington at the time.

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No injuries have been reported, and The Associated Press reported that the fire was under control after more than 80 firefighters responded. Trump Tower was President Trump's main residence before he won the 2016 presidential election.

Footage from news programs gave vision of firefighters operating on the roof of the mid-Manhattan skyscraper. "No smoke condition or fire was on the inside", Manhattan Borough Commander Assistant Chief Roger Sakowich said on Twitter.

The cause of the fire is now under investigation by the city's fire marshal according to a FDNY spokesperson.

Eric Trump, executive vice president for the Trump Organization and one of President Trump's sons, tweeted that the fire was caused by an electrical issue in a cooling tower and thanked the fire department. They said that after the investigation is finalised the results would be publically released. "The men and women of the # FDNY are true heroes and deserve our most honest thanks and praise!"