According to CBC News, a fire that broke out in a Moncton dealership Wednesday night has severely damaged two RV's that were parked there.

According to Paul Bruens, platoon chief with the Moncton Fire Department, upon arriving on the scene, they could see flames coming through the roof.

The fire that started around 10 p.m. Wednesday night, ended up in the service center apparently after spreading from the two recreational vehicles in the lot.

According to Chief Bruens, the location of the fire made it difficult for the firefighters to get to, however, he didn't explain why.

About fifteen firefighters were on the scene to help put out the blaze and no injuries have been reported. No employees were present at the time of the fire either.

The location of the fire is at the corner Edinburgh Drive and Berry Mills Road in Moncton. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.