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Training Pays Off As 8-Alarm Fire Rips Pepperell Auto Salvage Yard

Groton Fire Chief Steele McCurdy worked closely with Pepperell’s Fire Chief for a coordinated response to the toxic fire. Chief McCurdy explained that the biggest challenge in fighting the fire was the extremely limited water supply at the site.

- All fire photography in this editon of the Herald from Frame of Mind Photography by Jeffrey Hastings. 

Members of Brookline, N.H. Fire Department, one of the 17 fire departments that fought the 8-alarm fire at RH Wilson Auto in Pepperell last Friday, November 23. 

Groton Fire Lt. Cheek [above]  managed the tanker shuttle, supplying large volumes of water for the Pepperell Firefighting operation. Photo by Jeffrey Hastings.

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