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3rd Alarm on Fairmount Street
Updated On: Nov 05, 2007

On the morning of Saturday October 6, 2007 Nashua Fire Alarm began receiving several calls reporting a building fire at 61 Fairmount Street. The initial dispatch of Engine 1, Engine 5, and Ladder 1 with Deputy Allison responded. On arrival the companies encountered heavy fire conditions on the grounds of a vacant tannery building. A second alarm was requested bringing Engine 4, Engine 2, and Ladder 2 to the scene. The third alarm was transmitted and Engine 6, Engine 3, and Tower 1 were dispatched. The fire quickly consumed the building and defensive operations were required. Companies remained on scene for most of the day wetting down hot spots.

The main body of the building

IC Deputy Allison looks over the scene

Looking at the building through the main gate to the property

Another shot from Fairmount Street

No forcible entry tools needed here

Companies trying to make progress with hand lines

Engine Co 4 on a big line


FF Eric Battaselli of Engine Co. 5

Photos provided by Al Boucher

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