Firefighters from Adams and Cheshire were able to contain a major structure fire on the thickly settled Maple Street early Thursday morning.

IBerkshires.com reports no one was injured in the fire but two dogs were thought to be still inside.

Fire Chief John Pansecchi said he was the first on the scene at 60 Maple St. The blaze was first reported a little after midnight.

Pansecchi said the fire was believed to have ignited in a kitchen on the second then worked its way into the attic and through the roof.

It was not clear how many people were living in the building, which may have four apartments. The first floor was occupied and those tenants were able to get out. There was no one in the upper floors at the time of the fire.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. The state fire marshal was called and will be on the scene soon.

The building dates to 1900 and is listed as being owned by MMD Properties LLC. It was most recently sold in 2013.

Adams Ambulance and North Adams Ambulance services set up a rehab tent with water and coffee for the tired firefighters.