Fire guts Nashua home
NASHUA – Firefighters responded to a three-alarm fire at 94 Pine St. on Saturday morning, finding heavy smoke when they arrived shortly after 10:39 a.m.
Deputy Fire Chief Steven Galipeau said 38 city firefighters responded, six engine companies, three ladder companies, a safety officer, and the deputy chief.
Fire Departments from Manchester, Londonderry, Tyngsborough, Mass., and Hudson provided mutual aid, staffing the Nashua fire stations while city firefighters were at the scene, Galipeau said.
The deputy chief said all of the residents of the multifamily apartment building evacuated safely.Firefighters removed several pets, he added.
“The fire was in concealed spaces, the walls and ceiling areas. It did extensive damage,” Galipeau said.
He said one city firefighter was transported to a local hospital, treated and released.
Galipeau said more information about the fire will be available early this week.
He could not say what caused the blaze.
The fire is currently under investigation, Galipeau said.