A massive fire engulfed Brooklyn Heights building early Friday — briefly trapping firefighters inside the building, officials said.
The blaze broke out just after 6 a.m. on the second floor of 132 Montague Street, near Henry Street, the FDNY said.
The heavy fire extended to the upper floors of the building, where responding officers briefly became trapped, according to the fire department.
Video tweeted by the FDNY shows flames, visible through the windows, engulfing rooms on at least three floors.
Another clip posted by science journalist Laurie Garrett, taken from a nearby window, shows a thick cloud of smoke billowing in the air.
“Serious fire down the street, filling the neighborhood with smoke,” she wrote.
The building includes an eyeglass shop, with apartments on the upper floors.
The blaze reached four alarms — with more than 200 fire and EMS members responding to the scene, the FDNY said.
No injuries were immediately reported.