Firefighters from multiple departments have responded to a large fire that’s burned through at least several greenhouses at a family-run gardening business in Concord, New Hampshire.
WMUR-TV reports the fire started at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday and firefighters said flames reached 50-100 feet high at the Murray Farm Greenhouse.
Officials said all of Concord’s off-duty firefighters were called to join crews. Firefighters from nearly two dozen other departments were called in, too.
Concord Fire Chief Dan Andrus said a firefighter from a mutual aid company was taken to a hospital for a medical emergency. He’s expected to recover.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
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