More than 50 firefighters fought an intense fire at a ABC Supply Co. location in Mesa, Ariz. on April 9.

ABC-affiliated KNXV-TV reports around 2:30 a.m., the Mesa Fire Department received phone calls about the fire. Firefighters said they had limited access to water supplies, but were able to prevent the second-alarm fire from extending to any other structures.

According to AZCentral, flammable materials in the facility helped to fuel a fire that reached 100 feet into the sky. 

"This area contains a lot of roofing materials, it has a lot of oils in it and it's just packed together very tightly," Capt. Chris Yakus with the Mesa Fire and Medical Department told AZCentral. "Initial access was very limited as well as water supplies, but crews were able to get water onto the fire to get a good knockdown."

Officials report nobody was hurt in the fire and there was no apparent damage to the primary business building. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. A smaller fire was reported in the area several days prior, but it's unclear if the two incidents are related.