Firefighters have doused a raging structure fire in Cannington that had nervous residents rush from their homes to witness the carnage. A fire on Morgan Street in Cannington was first reported to firefighters about 7.10pm on Tuesday before multiple crews rushed to the scene. The business impacted was filter system wholesaler Ultramax Systems and whilst only business equipment and office materials were inside, the fire caused significant structural damage to the building. The blaze ripped through the building as firefighters used cranes to try and douse it from above. Flames over 10 metres high could be seen billowing from the rooftop as police blocked all entrances to nearby streets. Over half a dozen firetrucks were in attendance as they battled the blaze, which fully engulfed the property. It is understood the business owners were notified of the blaze. Early on Wednesday morning, fire authorities issued an all-clear saying the fire had been extinguished. Around 8.45pm on Tuesday firefighters were tackling flames roaring from the building’s roof — sending plumes of smoke and water vapour across the neighbourhood. More than a dozen residents were at the intersection of Morgan and Crawford St as they watched from behind the police barricade. Young Cannington resident Asher, 10, told The West he was “shocked” seeing the flames down his street after his father initially called emergency services. “I was a little bit scared in case we had to move,” he said. Another resident said he noticed a drop in water pressure at his home before discovering firefighters were battling the blaze down the road. The fire was put out by 4am on Wednesday morning. The cause of the fire is yet to be determined.