• Unidentified woman dies in Sunday night New Hampshire blaze

    By: David Souza


    A woman has died in a Warren, N.H. fire that broke out on Sunday night in a single-family residential building, according to a joint announcement from New Hampshire State Fire Marshal Paul J. Parisi, Warren Fire Chief Arthur Heath and Warren Police Chief John Semertgakis, Jr. 

    Warren Fire were notified of the blaze at 1452 Route 25 in the town at 8 p.m. on Sunday night. Along with the town police department and joint ambulance services for the towns of Warren and Wentworth, Warren Fire arrived at the scene. There, EMS personnel rescued one female occupant, but were unable to rescue a second because of the heavy fire conditions. 

    The female victim has not yet been identified, with positive identification and official cause of death still pending an autopsy. The New Hampshire State Medical Examiner’s Office is set to perform one at their Concord, N.H. office.  

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    The rescued female was transported to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center along with an additional adult female. All other residents were able to escape the blaze, according to Monday morning's official release.  

    Eight other fire departments also were on scene to assist in fighting the flames, as were the New Hampshire State Police. 

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