NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The FDNY was called to a two-alarm fire Saturday in the East Village.

Flames broke out shortly before 3:30 p.m. behind a refrigerator on the second floor of a four-story building on East Ninth Street, fire officials said.

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Yakiniku West restaurant on the first floor and three apartments above were damaged, officials said. Five adults and one child were displaced.

“They were confronted with a heavy smoke condition upon arrival on the first floor,” one fire official told CBS2’s Reena Roy. “We had 25 units operating here with 106 firefighters. There was a lot of overhauling, a lot of walls and ceilings were taken down, too. There’s a lot of damage right now.”

“When I opened the widow, I smelled like electrical wiring burning and then I saw the trucks arriving, kind of chaotic. Then I saw the smoke obviously pouring out,” said a witness. “They pulled a dog out – pretty cool to see.”

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No injuries have been reported.