A manhole explosion Monday afternoon on Wall Street prompted a building evacuation, fire and utility officials said.
The FDNY said it received a call about a manhole fire at around 3:05 p.m.
Con Edison crews are currently on site, according to utility spokesman Phil O'Brien.
O'Brien said the fire caused a partial power outage at 82 Wall St. The building has been evacuated.
It is unknown when power will be restored, O'Brien said.
In video posted on Twitter from the scene, a cloud of heavy, gray smoke can be seen coming from a manhole as live wires sparked, creating what sounded like explosions.
The street is currently blocked off.
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