The smoke is still clearing after a Friday afternoon fire that gutted a metro Atlanta apartment complex.

The blaze happened at the Chatsworth Apartments in Chamblee, Ga.

As of about 5:30, there were no reports of injuries, but 11Alive's Skytracker helicopter found heavy flames and smoke billowing from the building at that time, with several fire trucks and crews working to bring the blaze under control.

Overall, 45 firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire.

The American Red Cross has since been called in to help those displaced by the blaze.

Officials have not released a cause for the blaze but said that they are under the impression that the complex is older and does not have built-in sprinklers.

The fast moving fire in the multiple unit building began shortly before 5 p.m. Officials said they had the fire under control just before 5:30 p.m.

However, fire crews did remain to mop of hot spots for well over an hour after.