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NFR personnel investigating Wednesday fires that gutted Concord Street home and displaced 50 residents of downtown rooming house

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jun 10, 2021
Photo by NASHUA FIRE RESCUE Crews work at the scene of the apartment fire that displaced about 50 residents of the Laton House in Railroad Square late Wednesday night. The fire was contained by the sprinkler system, but the water flowed to the first floor, forcing the evacuations. (Photo by NASHUA FIRE RESCUE)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP A police officer stands with a woman and three children who are believed to be residents of 53 Concord St. as they watch firefighters battle the 3-alarm blaze that heavily damaged the multi unit building. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP As flames roll out of a top floor window, smoke becomes visible at the other end of the large apartment building heavily damaged by a 3-alarm fire this afternoon.No injuries were reported but several people were forced to seek temporary housing. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Heavy smoke envelopes the area around 53 Concord St. this afternoon as firefighters, barely visible in the background, set ladders on the roof to get at the flames. The blaze, which broke out just before 3 p.m., heavily damaged the two and a half story apartment building. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS An AMR paramedic cools down a firefighter using cold packs and a large fan at the scene of Wednesday's 3-alarm fire on Concord Street. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS AMR personnel assist a firefighter as he recovers from the extreme heat crews faced in battling Wednesday's 3-alarm fire on Concord Street. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Nashua firefighter Ron Koser makes his way up a ladder to prepare to fight the heavy fire blowing through the roof of the Concord Street apartment house that went up in flames this afternoon. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

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