NEW YORK - A high-altitude fire at New York’s One World Trade Center, which was completely destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, was under control Saturday two hour after firefighters arrived to help workers reconstructing the tower put it out. Firefighters responded to the 89th floor of the tower to extinguish the small fire on some wooden decking and finished their job in two hours, according to media reports. The New York Fire Department said it was still investigating, but described the blaze as a “rubbish fire.”

 Workers at the unfinished tower extinguished most of the burning wood themselves, but firefighters were still on the scene wetting down the area an hour later.

The new skyscraper is already over 1,200 feet high, with a few hundred feet more to go until it reaches its full height. No injuries were reported.