Exeter dental office heavily damaged by fireBy KEVIN LANDRIGAN
New Hampshire Union Leader
November 22. 2017 3:18AM
EXETER — Firefighters from a dozen towns helped battle a three-alarm fire that extensively damaged a dental office Tuesday.
The fire at 16 Hampton Road was reported about 7 a.m.; two female employees had just gotten to work when it broke out.
They both got out safely, officials said.
The fire spread rapidly through the two-story building. Firefighters were able to save some of the exterior of the structure, but the inside was heavily damaged.
No one was injured, fire officials said.
Officials said all customers of Rockingham Dental are to receive a message from the company regarding their treatment plans.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Firefighters from Durham, North Hampton, Hampton, Seabrook, East Kingston, Newmarket, Kensington, Portsmouth, Brentwood, Lee, Hampton Falls and Amesbury all provided assistance to the Exeter Fire Department at the scene, as did the Exeter Hospital ambulance service.