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A fire broke out on the roof of Trump Tower on Monday morning, triggering a huge emergency response from the New York City Fire Department. 

The blaze was quickly brought under control, as firefighters could be seen on the roof. No injuries were reported.

The small electrical fire reportedly started in a cooling unit for the building. 

President Trump, who used to reside in the building before winning the presidency, was not there.

Trump Tower is 58 stories high and is located on 5th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

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