The cause of the Trump Tower fire that took place Monday morning in New York City is under investigation, and RadarOnline.com has exclusive details on the incident.
At around 8 AM Monday morning, a fire erupted on the roof of President Donald Trump's Fifth Avenue building.
"We haven't put a report out yet as to the cause," FDNY told RadarOnline.com. "The cause is still under investigation."
Three non-fatal injuries have been reported.
"FDNY confirms three total injuries at fire earlier this morning at 721 5th Ave, Trump Tower: 2 civilians with non-life-threatening injuries, both were treated on scene and refused further medical aid," according to the FDNY social media page. "One Firefighter with non-life-threatening injury."
Police told RadarOnline.com the "small electrical fire has since been put out."
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