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Firefighters Battle Dunkin' Donuts Blaze in Tilton, New Hampshire

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    Firefighters Battle Dunkin' Donuts Blaze in Tilton, New Hampshire
    Lt. Jim Duckworth, Local 1045 Concord Fire

    They say "America Runs on Dunkin," but not in one New Hampshire town early Wednesday.

    Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at a Dunkin' Donuts in Tilton just before 3 a.m.

    Route 3 from Peabody St. to Cross Hill Rd. was closed to traffic as firefighters worked to extinguish the 541 W. Main St. flames, according to the Union Leader.

    Investigators say the fire started in the area of the store's drive-through window, and is not considered suspicious, the paper reports. The cause remains under investigation.

    Lt. Jim Duckworth, Local 1045 Concord Fire

    No one suffered any injuries. The building was completely destroyed. 

    Investigators say the fire started in the area of the store's drive-through window and is not considered suspicious, Police Chief Robert Cormier said.

    Cormier and Rathosis were discussing possible fundraisers to help the 25 employees. Rathosis owns another Dunkin Donuts on Laconia Road and said he hoped to have work there for the employees of the West Main Street store. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/Fire-destroys-Tilton-Dunkin-Donuts#sthash.QhIxGe0j.dpuf

    Investigators say the fire started in the area of the store's drive-through window and is not considered suspicious, Police Chief Robert Cormier said.

    Cormier and Rathosis were discussing possible fundraisers to help the 25 employees. Rathosis owns another Dunkin Donuts on Laconia Road and said he hoped to have work there for the employees of the West Main Street store. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/Fire-destroys-Tilton-Dunkin-Donuts#sthash.QhIxGe0j.dpuf

    Investigators say the fire started in the area of the store's drive-through window and is not considered suspicious, Police Chief Robert Cormier said.

    Cormier and Rathosis were discussing possible fundraisers to help the 25 employees. Rathosis owns another Dunkin Donuts on Laconia Road and said he hoped to have work there for the employees of the West Main Street store. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/Fire-destroys-Tilton-Dunkin-Donuts#sthash.QhIxGe0j.dpuf

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