Multi-alarm fire destroys buildings at Murray Farm in Concord – Concord Monitor

City fire personnel responded to the scene at 115 River Road around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to a press release from Concord fire Chief Dan Andrus. They arrived to see one building heavily consumed by fire, with the blaze rapidly spreading to other structures.

Fire crews were able to keep the fire from spreading to some of the outbuildings and were able to save the residence that was located across a driveway from the outbuildings, although the fire melted the siding on the garage of the home, according to the release.

Fire strikes Concord farm; 23 communities called in to help

During the course of the incident, a firefighter from a mutual aid department experienced a non-life-threatening medical emergency at the scene and was transported to Concord Hospital for evaluation and treatment, according to the release.

The Murray family has owned the farm since 1904 and has had a greenhouse operation since 1964, according to their website. According to city records, one of the structures on the property dates back to 1789.

Multiple mutual aid companies responded to the scene, including Warner, Bow, Webster, Salisbury, Goffstown, Tilton-Northfield, Epsom, Dunbarton, Pittsfield, Henniker, Belmont, Canterbury, Chichester, Manchester, Sanborton, Boscawen, Hopkinton, Loudon, Pembroke, Franklin, Northwood, Hooksett, and the Penacook Rescue.

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