NEW YORK: The Empire State Building 's owner says it's all-clear at the famous skyscraper after a small electrical fire on a below-ground floor.

No injuries were reported in Friday's fire . Other floors and the tourist-attracting Observatory remained open.

Firetrucks lined streets around the tower after the Fire Department of New York was summoned around 2:30 p.m., while the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade was underway nearby.

Allan Drury, a spokesman for utility Con Edison, says there was a problem with an electrical service line to the building . Firefighters say the situation was under control within about two hours.

The building 's owner, the Empire State Realty Trust, says the fire was in a contained area on the underground Concourse level. It includes the management office and a fitness center.