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Three Injured In Trump Tower Fire, Cause Still Under Investigation

Jan. 8 2018, Updated 4:43 p.m. ET

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The cause of the Trump Tower fire that took place Monday morning in New York City is under investigation, and 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 Radar. "The cause is still under investigation."

Three non-fatal injuries have been reported.

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"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 Radar the "small electrical fire has since been put out."

As Radar previously reported, Hillary Clinton's upstate New York home was also caught on fire on January 3.

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