Two-Alarm Fire Destroys Historic Stratham, New Hampshire Home
A two-alarm fire destroyed a historic Stratham home in a significant early Saturday morning blaze, according to the Stratham Fire Department.
Stratham firefighters responded to 15 Jack Rabbit Lane in Stratham at approximately 3:30 a.m. Saturday to find smoke pouring from the old New Englander before a second alarm was called along with an added additional tanker task force request for water supply, according to a Facebook post.
The post said there were no injuries to report.
According to a Zillow listing, the home was built in 1820 and is located on a 1.12 acre lot. The listing said the home recently sold for $415,000 in August.
Here is the full Facebook post from Stratham Fire Department:
At 0330am this morning Stratham Fire responded to a Structure Fire on Jackrabbit lane. The fire response went to a second alarm with an added an additional tanker task force request for water supply. Thankfully everyone got out safely and there were no injuries to report. Stratham Fire would like to thank all our mutual aid partners who responded to assist us.
In addition to our Stratham Fire Responders we had crews and equipment from : Greenland Fire, Exeter Fire, Exeter ALS, Kingston Fire, Brentwood Fire, Hampton Fire, Newmarket Fire, Durham Fire, Newfields Fire,Hampton Falls Fire, Lee Fire, Rye Fire, Nottingham Fire, Kensington Fire, Epping Fire, South Hampton Fire, East Kingston Fire, Kingston Fire, Stratham PD, and KG Blood and Sons Excavation.
Thank you all.