- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 9, 2015

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - Dozens of people are displaced after a fire ripped through two buildings in New Hampshire.

Officials say wind helped the flames jump to another building on West Hollis Street in Nashua Monday night. The buildings have businesses on the bottom floor and apartments on the top floors.

One firefighter was injured and taken to the hospital. The firefighter’s condition is unknown.

The fire was knocked down by 10 p.m.

All the residents escaped safely without injury.

It is unclear how the blaze started, but it is under investigation.

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