A fire has broken out on the 50th floor of Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Over 100 firemen are at the scene on Saturday evening trying to control the blaze that started just after 6pm.
Footage from the scene shows flames shooting out the window with debris following to the streets in Mid Manhattan and down to Fifth Avenue below.
Thick smoke can be seen billowing from the building with at least five fire trucks currently on the scene.
At present it is not know if there are any casualties as the fire services try and control the blaze.
President Donald Trump has an office and home in the building and the FDNY has called out a mass emergency response with mre crews heading to the skyscraper.
There was a roof-top fire at the same building in January resulting in three injuries.
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The latest update is that one civilian is in serious condition according the FDNY. Three firefighters also sustained non-life threatening injuries.
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