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September 14, 2018; Building Fire, 120 Monroe Street.
Prepared by: Deputy Chief Steve M Buxton
Incident type: Building fire
Incident date: 09/14/2018
Time of Incident: 17:33
Incident Location: 120 Monroe Street
Incident Commander: Deputy Chief Steve M Buxton
Number of NFR Engines in response: Three
Number of NFR Ladder trucks in response: One
Other NFR apparatus in response: Two
Number of NFR personnel in response: Twenty
First NFR unit on scene: Engine Two
Accomplishments: Companies were dispatched at 17:33 to #120 Munroe St. for a reported building fire. Upon arrival Lt. Matt Perault reported smoke showing from the building. Members stretched a hose line into the building and were able to quickly extinguish the fire. Adequate staffing allowed members to conduct the required fire ground tasks to safely and efficiently extinguish the fire.
Special Hazards encountered: Building was reported to be vacant and unsecured by neighbors for at least two years.
Injuries (number of, gender, general severity): None
Investigation status: Currently under investigation by the Nashua Fire Marshalls Office and the Nashua Police Department.
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