In Manhattan, near the Trump Tower, a fire broke out

Today, December 5, around 12: 45 employees of the fire Department of New York (FDNY) went to the fire near the Trump Tower.

According to FDNY, the fire broke out in Manhattan in a building on 745 Fifth Avenue, across the street from a skyscraper built by businessman Donald Trump.
Information about the victims or the cause of the fire is not yet available. At the scene are representatives of the energy company Con Edison.

The emergency management office New York has warned residents and guests of the city about transportation delays in the area. Also, the Agency advises people who are nearby to close the Windows.

As of 1:45 AM the fire was brought under control. Trump Tower building on Fifth Avenue was built on November 30, 1983 on the site of Bonwit Teller store. It is here the President Trump declared victory in the elections in 2016. The skyscraper itself several times appeared in the fire. In April of this year, the fire broke out in the apartment on the 50th floor of the Trump Tower. In the result of incident a resident, 67-year-old art dealer Todd Brassner died and 6 firefighters received minor injuries. In the same month, the Trump International Hotel & Tower building in the center of Baku caught fire. This time one person was poisoned by smoke and was hospitalized