EXETER, N.H. – EXETER, N.H. – Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire was evacuated Friday morning and extra ambulances were called in after reports of an odor in the emergency room, according to WPXI sister station WFXT Boston.
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EXETER, N.H. – A New Hampshire hospital has been evacuated due to a possible chemical leak.
Tweets from Exeter Professional Firefighters say crews were dispatched to Exeter Hospital for an odor investigation in the emergency room. They say all of the Exeter Fire Department’s units and multiple other units from nearby towns are operating at the hospital.
Exeter hospital loading dock
Odor investigation#ExeterNH #MultipleCalls in progress.
7:12 AM – Aug 11, 2017
At this time all #ExeterFire company’s and multiple #MutualAidtowns are operating at the hospital.
9:13 AM – Aug 11, 2017
Video from the scene shows patients from the hospital’s emergency room being relocated outside.
This is a developing situation. More details will be posted as they become available.