PHOTO GALLERY: 3 acres burned in Manchester after brush fire breaks out
MANCHESTER — A brush fire destroyed 3 acres on Goffstown Back Road in Manchester on Sunday.
The fire was found in several large areas south of the power lines. Upon arrival, Manchester fire reported thick smoke patches from the affected areas.
According to Manchester Fire and Rescue, the heavily vegetated land and dry conditions made it harder for responders to extinguish the fire.
This single-alarm blaze required four engine trucks and two forest units to get the area under control.
The damage reached a total of 3 acres.