[UPDATE BELOW] A devastating three-alarm fire tore through the Serbian Orthodox Church in Manhattan Sunday evening.

The fire broke out at Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava around 6:50 p.m. at the church, at 24 West 25th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. An FDNY spokesman says there have been no reported injuries so far, and firefighters are at the scene battling the blaze.

The fire happened on Orthodox Easter, though it is unclear whether the church was having services or not when the fire started. We'll update as we learn more information.

Massive 3 alarm Fire burning in a church on 24 West 25 St in Manhattan

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Update 9:00 p.m.: An FDNY spokesman says the blaze was upgraded to a four-alarm fire around 8:00 p.m. He adds that the fire is not under control yet, and there are over 170 firefighters still at the scene.

The FDNY says one civilian sustained minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital. Services for Orthodox Easter had ended earlier in the day, so no services were going on when the fire broke out.

170 #FDNY members on scene of 4-alarm fire at 25th & Broadway #Manhattan

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Update May 2nd, 8:45 a.m.: We'll have more in a separate post later this morning, but here's how the church looks at this point: