A building in southeast Portland went up in flames early Monday morning, prompting firefighters to launch an "aggressive attack," according to Portland Fire & Rescue.
Around 3:30 a.m., fire crews went to the intersection of Southeast 79th Avenue and Southeast Stark Street.
At the scene, they found the Portland Garment Factory showing fire from the second floor.
PF&R said its firefighters made "an aggressive attack" and they deployed "aerial apparatus to ready for a defensive mode."
At 4:20 a.m., the fire was upgraded to a third alarm. More than 70 firefighters responded to the scene.
Just before 7 a.m., PF&R tweeted that mop up efforts were underway at the fire, which was contained to the Portland Garment Factory.
The fire did not spread to adjacent businesses and no injuries were reported.