It took the San Francisco Fire Department about half-an-hour to control a dramatic-looking SoMa fire Friday night, after flames broke out between two buildings.

According to tweets from the SFFD union, the two-alarm fire broke out between 204 Dore Street and 1351 Harrison Street, two buildings that abut one another at the corner of Dore and Harrison in SoMa.

ABC7 reports that the flames were first reported at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

"Witnesses say the firefighters got to the scene really quickly and prevented the fire from spreading," they report, and by 8 p.m. the flames were extinguished.

The Red Cross is assisting six residents from the building that have been displaced by damage caused by the blaze, and said that no injuries were reported as a result of the fire.

At publication time, SFFD had yet to release any information on the exact cause of the blaze, and said that an investigation is ongoing.