Fire destroys home

Elderly resident rescued from blaze flown to Boston hospital with serious injuries

Photo by Jeffrey Hastings Nashua firefighters manning an aerial platform approach the flames roaring from a window and the roof at 93 Lock St. while battling Sunday morning's 2-alarm fire. An elderly woman was rescued and taken to a Boston hospital for treatment.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Nashua Fire Rescue Deputy Chief Karl Gerhard speaks to media personnel gathered at the scene of Sunday's 2-alarm fire at 93 Lock St. Gerhard said an elderly woman was rescued and taken to a Boston hospital for treatment.
Photo by Jeffrey Hastings Heavy, thick smoke billows from the upper story and roof of 93 Lock St. Sunday morning as two firefighters prepare their attack from an aerial platform. An elderly woman was rescued from the 2-alarm fire and taken to a Boston hospital for treatment.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Heavy smoke and steam obscure two Nashua firefighters working from an aerial platform to quell flames that broke out at 93 Lock St. Sunday morning. Crews had to contend with power lines as well as bitter cold.
Photo by Patrick Kerrigan Heavy smoke pours from the front, side and roof of 93 Lock St. as Nashua firefighters battle the 2-alarm blaze Sunday morning. An elderly woman was rescued and taken to a Boston hospital for treatment.

NASHUA – Nine-year-old Ashton Carrion was looking forward to baking some cupcakes once he got home from church Sunday morning, and taking them, as he often did, to his elderly neighbor across Lock Street in the city’s French Hill section.

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