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Neighbor suffers cardiac arrest while helping to rescue elderly woman, 97, from house fire

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Oct 4, 2021
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Smoke pours from one end of the single-story ranch at 54 Forest Park Drive Friday evening, as firefighters work inside and outside to extinguish the fire. A 97-year-old woman was rescued from the house and transported to a local hospital, where she was reported to be recovering. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Nashua firefighters tend to Shirley Buder, the 97-year-old woman carried from her burning home in the chair she is sitting in on the front lawn of her 54 Forest Park Drive residence Friday. Witnesses and fire officials said two men entered the home before firefighters arrived, and as they carried Buder out one of the men suffered cardiac arrest. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)


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