Apr 14, 2016 2:47 PM
CONCORD - A fire devoured a barn and three acres of brush behind 67 Bog Road early Thursday morning.
The fire department arrived to investigate reports of smoke in the area, but then a command officer reported the details, and requested that all available on-duty units respond.
Concord units were joined by a forestry truck from Allenstown and a tanker from Loudon.
There were no injuries, but the barn was destroyed. The department was still searching for the cause of the fire as of Thursday afternoon.
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