A raging three-alarm fire tore through a residence in Manchester, N.H. on Thursday, officials said.
The Manchester Fire Deparment said around 11:20 a.m. on Twitter that the third alarm had been struck at the fire on Hanover Street.
“Please avoid the area and allow the crews the room needed to fight the fire,” the department tweeted.
No injuries are reported and firefighters are still searching the home.
The Connecticut Fire Photographers Association later tweeted pictures of the badly damaged residence at 324 Hanover St.
There was no immediate word on injuries.
The property is a 2 and 1/2 story wood-frame apartment complex built in 1910, according to the city’s online assessing database. It’s currently assessed at $546,400.
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