Three men from a landscaping crew working on Manchester Avenue in Nashua are being called heroes by Nashua fire officials for risking their lives to pull a woman from a burning car. The Union Leader reporting that shortly after 1:30 p.m. Wednesday the three men who work for Water’s Edge Landscape Associates of Nashua, were jolted from their work by the sound of a loud bang as a woman in a mini van hit a tree. Fire officials say the the 35 year old female driver would not have survived if she had not been immediately removed from the car, as the fire was extra hazardous and intense due to leaking flammable liquids.
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