Deadly Nashua, NH Home Explosion Ruled Arson
NASHUA, N.H. (CBS) — Investigators in New Hampshire say a deadly explosion and house fire in Nashua, New Hampshire this summer was arson.
The June 10th blast killed 65-year-old Alfred Demeusy.
At the time, Nashua Fire Marshall Cynthia Bautista noted that the cause was not a natural gas leak.
Officials say the fire broke out in an upstairs bedroom. They would not elaborate on who may have set the fire.
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