Fire erupts at Trump Tower in White Plains, residents evacuated

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WHITE PLAINS -

A fire broke out at the Trump Tower in downtown White Plains Saturday afternoon.

According to reports, the fire started in a duct of the 35-story building, sending up a cloud of smoke.

Many residents were evacuated.
           
Dozens of firefighters were on the scene, and police were out directing traffic.

There were no signs of flames or smoke from outside as of the early evening.

Further details surrounding those evacuated and the state of the building were not immediately available.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
           

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