The World Trade Center Memorial is reopen to the public after a fire at the World Trade Center site Wednesday.
The memorial was briefly shut down Wednesday morning as a precaution after officials say flames broke out in a construction area just outside the site.
Fire officials said the fire burned for around 15 minutes before being brought under control around noon.
Assistant Chief Robert Boyce said there were no injuries due to the fire, and the cause is still under investigation.
A memorial spokesman said the site was closed for about 30 minutes.