A firefighter was injured in a massive fire at a chemical plant in Passaic, New Jersey

Firefighters work to douse a fire that was spiraling out of control at a chemical plant in New Jersey on Friday night.

A firefighter was hospitalized with an unknown condition after a fire broke out at a Qualco plant in Passaic, New Jersey. No other injuries were reported.

Fire Chief Patrick Trentcoast Sr. said the roof and walls of the main structure were engulfed in flames. He said around 200 firefighters were at the spot and the fire was not brought under any control.

During a Facebook Live video, Mayor Hector Carlos Lora said the 100,000-square-foot facility contained chloride shrapnel, some of which burned.

Lora said the fire had not reached the main chlorine plant.

“If the fire had started at the main chemical plant, it would clearly create issues beyond our immediate resources,” Lora said.

Lora encouraged residents to stay indoors and close their windows as a precaution. Governor Phil Murphy echoed that advice and said he was Prayer for first responders,

Sean LaTourette, New Jersey’s Environmental Protection Commissioner, said Air quality officials were monitoring the situation.

NBC New York Forecaster bill currency said the wind was carrying smoke in the New York City neighborhoods of Newark and Staten Island.

The fire near the Passic River sent smoke into the skyline north of New York City as flames rose above the building. It moved so fast that it went from 10 to 11 alarms during Lora’s video.