Smoke billows from the rooftop of Trump Tower as emergency crews responded this morning to an electrical fire.
A New York Police Department spokesman said, a call came in about a one-alarm fire on the roof of the 68-floor luxury building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. (Trump’s penthouse is on the 68th floor, right?)
Fire officials could not immediately be reached for comment, but FDNY tweeted an alert at 8:16 a.m., saying that the blaze, which was located inside an HVAC system, was soon “under control.”
The Trump Organization said in an emailed statement to The Washington Post.
“There was a small electrical fire in a cooling tower on the roof of Trump Tower. The FDNY were here within minutes and did an exceptional job. Everything is under control and no evacuations were made.”
Trump is sadly, still in Washington, D.C and is still the President. (Btw, has anyone seen Omarosa this morning…?
(via Washington Post)