Firefighters in Braintree, Massachusetts, battled a multi-alarm fire Thursday night at a facility near the Weymouth Fore River and the Quincy town line.

The “immediate threat” from a fire that broke out at the Clean Harbors site in Braintree late Thursday night has been “resolved” after residents were told to stay in their homes and keep the windows closed while the dangerous blaze burned, officials said.

Firefighters responded to the area of Hill Avenue after multiple tractor-trailers went up in flames at the waste management company.

Video from the scene showed flames had spread to multiple tractor-trailers which were parked at the facility.

"The Braintree Fire Department, hazmat teams and other public safety agencies are on scene and actively addressing the situation."Two hours later, officials said that the immediate threat was resolved

Hazmat teams and officials from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Environmental Protection responded to the scene.

Right next to Clean Harbors is Citgo’s storage facility, where thousands of gallons of fuel are stored, as well as a fertilizer company, a chemical manufacturing company, a natural gas pipeline, and the town’s power company.

In an update early Friday morning, hours after the blaze was knocked down, Braintree officials said, “The immediate threat has been resolved. There are no known injuries at this time.