More than 150 firefighters were called to the scene of a fire in Chicago's Archer Heights neighborhood late Thursday night at a factory that manufactures fire extinguishers.

Apparently, firefighters told CBS Chicago, the area surrounding the fire extinguisher plant has limited access to water, requiring "six fire engines, spaced out over a distance, to pump sufficient water to the building."

And according to NBC Chicago, the fire crew briefly called in a HazMat team to assess the danger of chemicals used in fire extinguishers (they were eventually cleared), but "hotspots underneath the rubble" had to be doused into the early hours of Friday morning.

No injuries were reported; a cause of the fire is still be investigated.

[Image via NBC Chicago]