A large fire broke out in an Upper East Side building early Tuesday morning as firefighters worked to put it out in the midst of the largest snowstorm of the year.
There were no reported injuries or displacements in the three-alarm blaze, according to officials.
The emergency call came in at 2:25 a.m. Video from the scene shows large flames rising up into the snow while heavy smoke pours from the building at East 84th Street and Fifth Avenue.
The fire was under control around 6 a.m., according to the FDNY.
Fire officials said commuters should expect traffic delays in the area as crews worked to put out the fire.