Oct 21, 2016 5:52 PM

6 towns respond to Westinghouse Electric Company fire in NH

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Nobody was hurt after a fire broke out at Westinghouse Electric Company in Newington, a company that produces components for nuclear power plants, Friday afternoon.

"On investigation we found smoke, coming from one of the machinery's that they use in the building to create high water pressure to test their products that they make at the business," said Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Leduc. "Installation was burning from some oil that got onto the machinery at high temperature which ignited. They quickly extinguished it with dry chemical and CO extinguishers."

Emergency rescue crews from six surrounding towns responded to the scene.

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