Fire at New Hampshire Inn

ALLENSTOWN, N.H. - Gregory Martin, 42, owner of the White Rabbit Inn was killed when then the inn caught fire early Tuesday morning. One member of a NASCAR promotional team staying there was critically hurt. Loniie Klug, a member of the ...

ALLENSTOWN, N.H. - Gregory Martin, 42, owner of the White Rabbit Inn was killed when then the inn caught fire early Tuesday morning. One member of a NASCAR promotional team staying there was critically hurt.

Loniie Klug, a member of the Silverado Truck Racing Tour and the Monte Carlo Truck Tour promotional team was critically injured in the blaze. He was flown to

Six or seven people were staying at the inn, Police Chief James McGonigle said. They are members of a promotional crew for a NASCAR sponsor for this weekend's Winston Cup race at New Hampshire International Speedway in nearby Loudon. massachusetts Gerneral Hospital according to Fire Marshal Don Bliss. Klug is from Lake Isabella, California.

Greg Sayre, leader of the promotional team, said they were in the area for this weekend's race in Loudon at the New Hampshire International Speedway.

"When I arrived, it looked like a complete disaster," fire Chief Albert Dionne said.

At least two other people were injured, according to Bliss, including a firefighter treated and released for heat exhaustion and a civilian admitted to the hospital with injuries that were not life threatening.

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