HELL’S KITCHEN, Manhattan — Smoke filled a Manhattan high-rise early Thursday morning as FDNY responded to a second-alarm blaze, officials said. FDNY is seen responding to fire at a Manhattan high-rise on July 7, 2016. (PIX11) The fire was located at 610 West 42nd St. in Hell’s Kitchen, FDNY said at 7:18 a.m., adding that local residents were concerned because of the amount of smoke. No injuries were reported, and AIR11 footage at 7:50 a.m. showed no flames coming from the building. About a dozen fire trucks were spotted at the scene.