A fire has broken out at Donald Trump's luxury New York property. According to local news, the blaze started on the 47th floor of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, near Central Park, in the early hours of Friday morning.
Several fire trucks were seen outside the 58-storey building after the New York Fire Department received a call at 4:32 am local time (9.32 am GMT). Officials say the fire had been extinguished by 5:20 am (10.30 am GMT) and one person was said to be being treated for smoke inhalation. There have been no other reported injuries.
Fire investigators are looking into what caused the incident, but have said they are no longer treating it as "suspicious". It's thought that a piece of machinery malfunctioning at an apartment that is under construction is behind the blaze, reports The New York Post.
In January, a man tried to set himself on fire outside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, to protest what he described as the president's lack of "respect" for the US Constitution.