FDNY: Fire put out at World Trade Center site

Firemen respond to a two-alarm fire at the

Firemen respond to a two-alarm fire at the World Trade Center in Manhattan. (Dec. 26, 2012) Photo Credit: Getty Images

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Firefighters took about 45 minutes late Wednesday morning to put out a fire in a storage container at the World Trade Center site, an FDNY spokesman said.

Spokesman Frank Dwyer said a call for a fire at the site came in at 11:28 a.m., and 25 units and more than 100 firefighters responded in about six minutes, "because of the location and the complexity" of the site, Dwyer said.

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The fire was extinguished at 12:19 p.m., he said.

Dwyer said officials were not immediately sure what caught fire in the storage container, but there were no injuries.

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