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A fire broke out at New York City's Grand Central Terminal Wednesday. Getty Images

A two-alarm fire broke out at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal Wednesday morning. The small fire was in an office building above the station and firefighters were deployed the put out the flames.

The fire started on the mezzanine level of the Graybar Building at around 9:30 a.m. local time, WABC-TV reported. A sprinkler system was able to put out the fire, though heavy smoke remained in the area. More than 85 firefighters arrived on scene to contain the fire.

Traffic was shut down at East 44th Street to allow firefighters to get to the scene. Six minor injuries were reported as a result of the fire and two people were transported to the hospital. No Grand Central trains were impacted by the smoke or fire, WABC reported.

A small fire also broke out at Penn Station Wednesday morning, NBC News reported. Debris caused the fire on Amtrak's Track 14, which was expected to be out of service until later in the day. Firefighters were able to get the fire under control within half an hour.