Fire damages New Hampshire dental office: 4 key points

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A fire ignited a dental office in Exeter, N.H. Nov. 21, according to Sea Coast Online.

Here are four key points:

1. Fire Chief Brian Comeau referred to the fire as "well-involved" and the dental office as "probably a total loss."

2. The cause of the fire is not known at this time. However, two employees said they started smelling burning and smoke in the building. One employee said, "I smelled something electrical; I noticed it in the waiting area."

3. No injuries resulted from the fire.  

4. The dental office's owners have another office in Epping, N.H., according to Mr. Comeau.

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