A reported "all hands" fire call Wednesday morning at One World Trade Center ended up being a false alarm, the Port Authority said.
The Port Authority, which owns the site, said the New York City Office of Emergency Management told it the FDNY had "concluded their search of the building with negative results" in the aftermath of the call, received at 7:42 a.m.
The FDNY initially declared...
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