One Person Injured After Fire Breaks Out in Rye Home
A fire broke out Sunday at a home in Rye, according to WMUR.
The news station reported that multiple Seacoast fire crews battled the flames that sent one person to the hospital with injuries that were considered not life threatening.
At the time of the fire, the Facebook page NH Fire Alarm stated in a post that there was heavy fire and smoke.
You can see in this video below from Hampton Firefighters & Fire Officers on Facebook the crews trying to put out the fire.
Rye Fire Department Chief Mark Contreau told WMUR that there were "a couple of explosions in the building." He noted that they could be oxygen cylinders, but there wasn't an official confirmation yet as of Sunday.
The fire is under investigation, the news station stated.
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