A fast-moving fire consumed at least four rooms at a New Jersey motel Tuesday morning before firefighters got it under control, authorities said.
The heavy smoke condition made it difficult for firefighters to battle the flames, which leapt through the roof of the two-story Super 8 in South Hackensack.
Chopper 4 captured smoke billowing out of a massive hole in the roof.
It wasn't immediately clear what started the fire. At least one person -- possibly a firefighter -- could be seen being carried away from the building on a stretcher.
Check back for details on this developing story.