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Friday, August 8, 2014

Merrimack crematorium off line until repairs are completed

The fire-damaged crematorium at the end of Henry Clay Drive in Merrimack will be out of commission until repairs can be completed and inspected, according to the Merrimack Fire Department.

“At this point, it wouldn’t be running ... they’ve got extensive repair areas and would need an inspection by the fire inspector before reopening,” said Assistant Fire Chief Brian Borneman Friday. ...

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The fire-damaged crematorium at the end of Henry Clay Drive in Merrimack will be out of commission until repairs can be completed and inspected, according to the Merrimack Fire Department.

“At this point, it wouldn’t be running ... they’ve got extensive repair areas and would need an inspection by the fire inspector before reopening,” said Assistant Fire Chief Brian Borneman Friday.

On Thursday, firefighters rushed to the facility after receiving a report of an alarm in the building.

The owners of the building called the fire department after noticing smoke in the facility’s attic, according to Merrimack Fire Chief Mike Currier.

One firefighter received a laceration and was sent to the hospital for treatment. Currier said the firefighter is doing fine.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

– Telegraph Staff