By CBS3 Staff

NEWARK, Del. (CBS) — Fire crews battled a raging three-alarm blaze at a Newark apartment building on Monday night. The fire broke out shortly after 7 p.m. at an apartment building at 1210 N. Barrett Lane in Newark.

Officials say the fire reached three alarms before crews were able to control it.

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Video shared by First State Update shows heavy flames erupting from the roof of the building.

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Investigators say it took nearly two hours to put out the blaze.

Two firefighters suffered minor injuries and were treated on scene.

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There is no word on what started the fire or how many residents were displaced.