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Firefighter Injured in 5-Alarm Fire

A 5-alarm fire broke out in Nashua, New Hampshire, Monday night.

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    This video, taken by Zachary Gosztyla, shows flames from a 5-alarm fire as onlookers scramble on the ground. Warning: Explicit language is used. (Published Tuesday, June 9, 2015)

    A 5-alarm fire broke out at a Nashua, New Hampshire, apartment building Monday night, the town's fire department confirms.

    Authorities say the buildings at 64 and 66 West Hollis Street caught fire around 7:30 p.m.

    One firefighter sustained injuries while battling the blaze. The extent of his injuries is unknown.

    The Nashua Fire chief says wind contributed to the fire.

    Firefighter Injured in 5-Alarm Fire

    [NECN] Firefighter Injured in 5-Alarm Fire
    Dozens of residents are displaced. The Red Cross has a shelter set up for them at 72 Vine St.
    (Published Tuesday, June 9, 2015)

    "It was windy. The buildings are about a foot apart. They're old buildings," Chief Steve Galipeau said.

    Dozens of residents are displaced. The Red Cross has a shelter set up for them at 72 Vine St.

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