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Two-alarm blaze in Seabrook triggers call for AG death investigation

March 27. 2014 1:32PM

SEABROOK - The Attorney General's Office was called in to investigate a two-alarm blaze in a mobile home on B Street.

Assistant attorney general Jeffery Strelzin confirmed late Thursday afternoon that they are involved in a "fire and death investigation" at the address.

The blaze at 50 B St. was reported at 10:11 a.m. Thursday and firefighters were on the scene four minutes later, according to Fire Capt. George Felch.

The home is located in a park of manufactured and mobile homes off Lafayette Road behind Uncle Hilde's Lumber Outlet and a strip mall containing the Honey Pot Bar and Lounge and Linda's Breakfast.

Mutual aid was called in from Hampton, and Amesbury, Mass., sent an ambulance to the scene.

Seabrook Fire Chief Everett Strangman said it took a little more than an hour to get the fire under control.

"Trailer fires are pretty hard to get under control due to the cramped conditions," Strangman said.

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