Crews worked to put out an early morning four alarm fire that broke out inside of a Davie warehouse.
Chopper footage showed the flames from the building located inside of an industrial park at the 3000 block of Burris Road. The fire started around 5 a.m.
Dozens of firefighters from agencies including Broward Sheriff's Office, Pembroke Pines and Hollywood, arrived and entered the RV property located at the scene to put out the blaze.
"They tried an aggressive interior attack, but were pushed back because of the fire," said Davie Fire Rescue Fire Marshal Robert Taylor.
Officials said no one was in the building at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported. No information was released on what may have caused the fire to begin.
The fire occurred near several businesses in the area, including a truck stop which caused delays for those trying to get to work.
"It was busy, very busy," said Taylor. "Traffic wise, we were able to close the road and maintain closure of the road throughout the morning."
Burris Road was reopened before 11 a.m.