Hampton Beach NH Fire 2010

Hampton Beach NH devastated by fire

You may have heard about or lived through WindStorm 2010.  The  Storm came in late on Thursday, February 25 th and many people in New Hampshire lost power, which meant that they had no heat or running water.  We were lucky to only have been without for three days but some people we know are still out today a full six days after the storm hit.

On Monday, March 1, Jay and I took a ride to the beach. We had heard the reports of the fire that leveled the Surf Hotel and surrounding business and wanted to see it for our selves.

The damage is incredible but thankfully no one got hurt!

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Comments

  1. This is another terrible blow to the Hampton beach area, and I hope something is done with the site other then keeping it another empty parking lot. The emotional pain can show itself physically through muscle cramps, loss of appetite and sleep, and heart palpitations. Under these circumstances, it is wise to seek the help of a professional psychiatrist. Thank you.

  2. I agree. Sometimes experiencing something so traumatic can really scar you.

  3. Whether you experienced the fire first hand, or arrived home after the fire took place, you will most likely go through emotional stress. The stress can come from losing your material possessions, from the loss of a loved one, or from being inside the hotel while trying to escape for your life. These stresses can trigger doubt and fear, making it almost impossible to return to work or school. The emotional pain can show itself physically through muscle cramps, loss of appetite and sleep, and heart palpitations. Under these circumstances, it is wise to seek the help of a professional psychiatrist.

  4. I am glad that no one was hurt. This is another terrible blow to the Hampton beach area. That is crazy how much damage that has done and it really does show how important fire safety is.

  5. What amazed me here is the fact that nobody got hurt. This bit of good news is so seldom heard in news nowadays.

  6. Wow that is scary. its a good job no one was injured during the fire. That is crazy how much damage that has done and it really does show how important fire safety is.

  7. Me too. It would be a shame if they don’t rebuild. Thank god no one got hurt…it could have been just awful if people were in there.

  8. I can’t believe the hotel caught on fire, I am glad that no one was hurt. This is another terrible blow to the Hampton beach area, and I hope something is done with the site other then keeping it another empty parking lot.

  9. I can’t believe the hotel caught on fire, I am glad that no one was hurt. This is another terrible blow to the Hampton beach area, and I hope something is done with the site other then keeping it another empty parking lot.

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