CAMDEN, N.J. (WPVI) -- A multi-alarm warehouse fire broke out in Camden, New Jersey, Wednesday morning.
The fire was reported around 7 a.m. when passersby noticed smoke. The warehouse is located in the area of Mt Ephraim and Haddon Avenues, near train tracks and a highway.
When fire crews arrived, the building was fully engulfed, according to officials.
"At this time, we are too early to talk about arson or squatters. We do have our fire marshal and our county fire marshal on location to do an investigation," said Camden Fire Chief Jesse Flax.
Flax said no businesses operate out of this warehouse anymore. There was some debris inside but the warehouse was sealed.
Chief Flax said the fire was deep seated and it took time to get to it.
"The only challenge we had is that the building was pretty much sealed up tight. So we had to get inside the building, get the master streams inside of the building, but that was pretty much the only challenge that we had," Flax said.
No injuries were reported.