HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Smoke from a fire at an RV dealership in Huntsville could be seen for miles Monday morning. Multiple viewers called the News 19 newsroom with their concerns.

Huntsville Fire and Rescue crews were called to McElroy RVs on Jordan Lane around 10:15am.

HFR District Fire Chief Pete Bryant says a work shed caught fire and it spread to three travel trailers.

Huntsville’s assistant fire marshal Trent Bennett told News 19 four different crews help extinguish the flames.

“They were fighting for about 20 or 30 minutes, maybe just a little bit longer,” said Bennett. “They put it out pretty quick once they got on scene. Once one truck arrived and seen that it was a pretty extensive fire, they called for other trucks to respond. That’s when we had additional trucks respond. A number of four coming on scene.”

Authorities say no one was injured in the fire, but firefighters had to use a lot of oxygen due to the amount of smoke.

Bennett said propane tanks were found, but the cause of the fire is still under investigation.