More than 200 FDNY firefighters have been fighting what is now a six-alarm fire at a warehouse in Williamsburg since early this morning, The New York Times reports. More than 200 firefighters are working to contain the fire from both land and boats on the East River.

No one has been injured, but the nearby Star Energy oil refinery was evacuated as a precaution, according to the New York Daily News.

Smoke from the blaze is clearly visible from across the river in Manhattan as well as from the air.

Officials told the Times that the fire at the CitiStorage building at 5 North 11th Street and Kent Avenue was being fueled by "boxes of paper records," the remains of which appear to be fluttering across the borough.

FDNY firefighters are also having to deal with below-freezing temperatures and high winds.

Update, 3:37 p.m. – Gothamist reports that the fire has been upgraded to seven alarms: "28 engine trucks and 15 ladder trucks are on the scene."

[Image via FDNY/Instagram]