NASHUA –– Nashua Fire Rescue responded to a working fire at a local residence that resulted in significant damage but no injuries, according to a press release from Deputy Chief James Kirk.
The incident occurred at 3 p.m. on Aug. 27, at 405 Main Dunstable Road.
The fire department’s dispatch center received multiple calls reporting the fire, and Engine 6 from the Conant Road Fire Station was the first to arrive at the scene.
Firefighters found an extinguished fire on the outside of the home that had caused extensive damage to the siding and plywood exterior.
After confirming the fire was fully extinguished and had not extended inside the home, the responding fire apparatus were released.
A total of four Nashua Fire Rescue engines, two ladder trucks, and 27 personnel responded to the incident. No other apparatus were involved in the response.
The Nashua Fire Rescue Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the origin and cause of the fire. No occupants or firefighters were injured in the effort.
The home was equipped with smoke detectors, but they did not function as the fire was on the exterior of the home. There was no sprinkler system present.