Firefighters responded to an early morning fire at Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan with two injury cases reported, the New York Fire Department said on Monday.
U.S. President Donald Trump was in Washington at the time.
The fire was believed under control and two injuries were reported, NBC News reported on Twitter.
CBS News said the fire broke out shortly before 7 a.m. EST (noon GMT) near the roof of the 68-story structure, which had been Trump’s primary residence before his election victory and inauguration nearly a year ago.
It posted a picture of firefighters on the rooftop with smoke pouring from a portion of it.