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A fire at a Concord pet store quickly fell: watch


CONCORD, NH – Fire and rescue teams from Concord were dispatched to Fort Eddy Road for a store fire that was quickly put out on Monday.

Just after 8:30 p.m., the Capital Region dispatcher received a report of smoke in the Petco building on Fort Eddy Road. A fire team arrived about three minutes later. Firefighters found smoke throughout the building and fire alarms went off.

About 10 minutes after the initial call, the battalion commander called for more firefighters. The commander said there was a working fire and the sprinklers were keeping it “under control”, but more firefighters would be needed.

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The expedition requested mutual aid from Hooksett and Hopkinton, but a few minutes later additional firefighters were called.

“Right now,” said the captain, “we’ve got a line running… we’re going to shut down the sprinklers and send fire prevention measures… and you can cancel the Hooksett engine and the Hopkinton ambulance, and keep the engine running. 5 in the center. “

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The fire was brought under control shortly before 9 p.m.

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