Two injured, one seriously, after fire at Trump Towers

TRUMP TOWER: Firefighters on the roof of the 58-storey building TRUMP TOWER: Firefighters on the roof of the 58-storey building CBS

THE New York Fire Department has said one person had sustained potentially life-threatening injuries after a fire at the Trump Tower in the city.

Twenty-six engines and 84 firefighters attended the blaze a the top of the 58 storey-building.

The building which houses apartments and office space had been Donald Trump's primary residence before he became President of the United States.

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