Hampton fire wrecks restaurant
by Neighbor Staff
09:46 AM, Thursday, March 05
Kaitlyn Pratt of Fox 5 TV reported this morning firefighters were called to historic Main Street in downtown Hampton around midnight Thursday. They found black smoke billowing up into the sky. The emergency was centered in a sushi and steak restau...

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