CLAREMONT, NH—The Claremont Fire Department responded to 24 Bellic Street, a story and a half, single-family structure, for a reported structure fire on October 25 at 5:40 PM, as dispatched... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–On October 15, Claremont Police Department investigators arrested: Nathan E. Lane, 32, Claremont, NH, for his alleged involvement in the following robberies: August 27, 2... Read more
The New Hampshire Food Bank will host three drive-through mobile food pantries this week in Littleton, Claremont and Concord. The New Hampshire Food Bank is currently in the midst of a five-... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–The Claremont Water Department is preparing to shut down the water main to repair a leak on FOREST STREET. Residents of Forest Street as well as the neighborhoods of Kite... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–On August 27, 2020, at approximately 9:55 am a report was made to the Claremont Police Department that a resident of an apartment building in the area of North Street and... Read more
CONCORD, NH – The NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is notifying residents about potential exposures related to the Sturgis, SD, Motorcycle Rally held August 7-16. There have... Read more
CONCORD, NH — Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald, Colonel Nathan A. Noyes of the New Hampshire State Police, and Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase have announced information regardin... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH—On August 19, at 1:52 a.m., Claremont Safety Services were dispatched to 24 Belding Street for a reported structure fire. According to Claremont Fire Chief Bryan Burr, “The Fir... Read more
Claremont fire fighters are spending time crack sealing the front ramp of the station in order to preserve the asphalt. Left to right: Fire fighter Mike Snide and Fire Lieutenant in charge o... Read more
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Animal Control Officer Cathy Sullivan has contacted us to say that “We are asking for donations to help several animals that were in a house fire on Bellic St. last night.They have been brought to: Claremont Animal Hospital, 446 Charlestown Rd., Claremont NH 03743.If you can help, please send any donations to this address.Once again we thank you for your generosity.” ... See MoreSee Less
Donations like food, blankets, etc. or money?
Hope everything goes well for these animals!!
I can give any cats a temp indoor home till the family is ready to take them back.....
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CFD Called to Structure Fire SundayCLAREMONT, NH—The Claremont Fire Department responded to 24 Bellic Street, a story and a half, single-family structure, for a reported structure fire on October 25 at 5:40 PM, as dispatched by Claremont Safety Services Dispatch Center. The department responded with two engines and a crew of four. At 5:44 PM the first arriving engine found fire conditions on both the first and second floors; the structure had extensive fire, smoke and heat damage throughout. The fire was brought under control at 5:58 PM. “The structure was abnormally dangerous as two exterior weight-bearing walls had bowed outward,” said Claremont Fire Chief Bryan Burr. “Due to those safety concerns, crews were limited to three at time entering the structure, slowing the department’s ability to check for extension. The structure is a total loss. Fire crews will remain on scene through Monday morning until the city’s building officials can assess the damage and structural stability.”Burr said that Ascutney, Charlestown and Newport Fire Departments responded to Claremont, providing both station coverage and on scene assistance. Claremont Police and Golden Cross Ambulance also assisted on scene.Burr reported that no one was home at the time of the fire. Several pets did perish and were recovered by fire fighters. At least three pets did survive. All pets were released to the care of the Sullivan County Animal Control. The fire has been deemed accidental with the origin being an overloaded electrical circuit. “As fire departments across the nation closeout fire prevention activities, it should be noted that working smoke alarms are the only defense we have when a fire starts in a home,” said Burr. “This home did not have working smoke alarms. For more information on smoke alarms, call your local fire department. The Claremont Fire Department has a free smoke alarm program, providing alarms for Claremont residents that are owner/occupants of a single-family home. Please call 542-7012 for more information.”(Eric Zengota photo) ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome job all claremont emergency services
Heat from the fire. Weight from the water being put on fire, for just a couple ideas.
I'm glad my uncle and cousin got out of the house safe
Sue Companion-Roy is this near you ?
Thankfully no one was hurt
Omg this is across the st from my childhood home so glad wes Ashley and amanda were not injured
Just glad everyone is safe...
Yes up the road
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