By the next week, the building was repaired and the floors were usable again.
It was this incident that prompted E.B. White in his now much more famous essay "Here is New York" to note the following:
"The city, for the first time in its long history, is destructible. A single flight of planes no bigger than a wedge of geese can quickly end this island fantasy, burn the towers, crumble the bridges, turn the underground passages into lethal chambers, cremate the millions."