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.
"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.