A man was killed in a fire overnight in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Manchester fire officials said they responded to a call around 2:50 a.m. Wednesday for a fire in a single-family home on Leda Avenue. A neighbor had called 911 after seeing flames in the rear of the home.
Firefighters arrived and saw smoke coming from a rear first floor window of the cape-style home and were able to make quick work of the flames.
After a search of the building, firefighters found a male victim, who was pronounced dead at the scene. His identity has not been released.
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The fire does not appear to be suspicious in nature, fire officials said. The cause remains under investigation by the Manchester Fire Department and the state fire marshal.