Fortunately, no injuries have been reported.

But let’s hope that authorities will be able to get the fire under control.

According to Pittsburgh’s WTAE, there are eight firefighting companies at the scene.

Twitchy will continue to monitor this story and update with further developments.

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Ken Nacke, who’s brother was on flight 93, tells NewsRadio 1020 KDKA that he was told 9/11 artifacts are being burned in the fire.

“It’s very heartbreaking, it really brings you back to that day,” Nacke told NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Bill Rehkopf. “Some of the items from the temporary memorial may have been lost.”

Nacke says messages, and notes that were left on a temporary fence after the 9/11 crash were being stored in the area where the fire burned.

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From the Associated Press, via ABCNews.com:

All employees evacuated safely, and no injuries were reported, spokesman Mike Litterst said. He did not immediately know the cause of the fire but said in a statement that initial reports indicated “extensive damage” to the complex.

The affected buildings serve as the park’s headquarters and include the superintendent’s office, Litterst said. The flames didn’t affect the memorial or construction of the visitors center, which are about 2 miles away on the large property.

The president of the Families of Flight 93, Gordon Felt, issued a statement expressing sadness about the fire and saying the group awaited further information on the cause.