Nashua apartment complex letting some back after partial roof collapse
NASHUA - Some residents are moving back in after the partial roof collapse of an apartment complex earlier this week.
Others are moving out.
The mounting snow is to blame for the damage, and more snow in the forecast has crews working against the clock.
Patrina Seward - who lived in one of the 30 units that were evacuated Wednesday night - is being allowed back in, and she says she's retuning to the apartment this evening.
She is wary about the snow in the forecast but says she trusts they wouldn't let her back in if it wasn't safe. Her apartment wasn't damaged by the roof collapse.
For the last two days, she's been assisted by the Red Cross who have given her a place to stay, but Seward said the last two days have been a little stressful waiting to hear about the status of the building.
"I was worried like, 'Oh my god what if the whole building collapses, and all my stuff get destroyed?' " Seward said. "So all kinds of stuff was going through my head, but I did see they are clearing off the snow that's there now," said Seward.