Crews put out huge blaze at NJ motorsport shop with nearly 100 motorcycles, ATVs inside

A huge 3-alarm fire is now under control after flames engulfed a building in Burlington County Monday morning.

SKYFOX flew over the Mt. Holly Motorsports on Route 206 in Vincentown, New Jersey, as fire crews responded to put out the blaze. Smoke and flames rose high above the building, which reportedly housed nearly 100 motorcycles and ATVs.

Authorities say the fire broke out around 2:45 a.m. and no injuries have been reported. 

FOX 29's Steve Keeley talked with Fire Chief Scott Mitchell, who said crews from several towns worked together in a "massive team effort." Mitchell, a school teacher, had just gotten home from vacation with his four children when he got the call early Monday morning.

He says teams were split in two to battle the blaze as the building started to collapse. One team raced to get the motorcycles and ATVs out of the building, which could become dangerous due to their fuel.

The Motorsports company announced on Facebook that it will be closed until further notice. 

Stay with FOX 29 for updates on this developing story.