Brush fire burns more than one hundred acres in NH

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Source:   —  April 22, 2016, at 12:40 PM

The fire was first reported Thursday afternoon in Stoddard, about forty miles W of the state capital of Concord.

A brush fire has burned more than one hundred acres of forest in New Hampshire, forcing nearby residents from their homes.

The fire was first reported Thursday afternoon in Stoddard, about forty miles W of the state capital of Concord.

Firefighters declare flames were twelve feet high in some places.

Residents of seventeen homes had to be evacuated.

Fire executive declare two people were spotted lighting fires in the area, and the blaze is presently being investigated as a possible case of arson.

Executive declare the fire hasn't yet been contained. Number injuries have been reported so far.

It'south the sixth brush fire to crack out in Stoddard in the past week, and one of several burning across the state.

Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan (HAS'-uhn) plans to visit Stoddard Friday.

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