A fire on the observation deck at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, also known as 30 Rock, injured six people Sunday. They suffered slight burns after a piece of camera equipment caught fire.
According to The Associated Press, a fire department spokesman says the fire started just after 7:30 p.m. Sunday and was under control about a half hour later. He says the injuries were caused by embers from the fire falling onto the victims.
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Five adults at the scene refused medical attention and the child, whose age was not immediately known, was taken to a nearby hospital. No word on what caused the fire.
The 70-story, Art Deco-style GE Building opened in 1933. It is the centerpiece of Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan and home to the NBC television network. The building is the namesake of the popular Tina Fey comedy "30 Rock."
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