Crews worked to put out a massive blaze at a Philadelphia American Legion hall Monday night, which at its peak had been raised to the level of a four-alarm fire.
Multiple media outlets reported on the fire, sharing video of flames and a thick column of black smoke shooting out of the roof of the building, the Philadelphia American Legion Post 396 on Orthodox Street.
It came as community members were sitting down for a Memorial Day dinner, reports Philly.com. A witness told the site that diners evacuated the building when smoke was spotted coming out of a dumb waiter.
The fire was upgraded after it was declared two-alarm fire at 3 p.m., according to CBS.
There have not been any injuries reported.
Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the location of the American Legion Post 396. It is on Orthodox Street.