At least two roofs collapsed in New Hampshire on Monday due to the weight of heavy snow, causing the evacuation of dozens of people.
Sixty residents had to be evacuated from a Hooksett apartment building after the roof partially collapsed at 126 Mammoth Road. The building was evacuated around 4 a.m. after residents were awakened by creaking and a loud noise. Hooksett Fire say it was a partial roof collapse and that no one was injured. A building inspector will determine if residents can return to their homes.
In addition, the Walmart at 700 Lafayette Road in Seabrook was evacuated around 8:45 a.m. The town's fire department says the roof had previously been shoveled, but about a foot and a half of snow had since accumulated. The roof is being cleared and a building inspector will determine when it's safe to be re-opened.