Transcript for Deadly New Hampshire House Explosion Caught on Video
latest on the wild scene in New Hampshire, where a family fire erupted into a house fire. A police officer shot dead. Reena ninan is in New Hampshire with all of the details. Good morning, Reena. Reporter: George, good morning. That home smoldering behind me. The FBI and ATF joining the investigation, trying to figure out what happened inside that home. Overnight, new details about what happened inside this brentwood, New Hampshire, home. Watch as the house, consumed by fire, is caught on camera exploding. Oh, my goodness. Reporter: See that again. The explosion rocking the house all the way to its foundation. Reporter: At approximately 4:00 A.M. Monday, police got a call about a domestic dispute at this home. Officer Steve Arkell ran to the scene. Police would approach the home in an armored vehicle. I'm shaking. I'm still shaking. All we could hear was gunfire. And were cops all around the house. I could hear him loading a rifle. Reporter: The home exploding moments later. We went to each other, we have to get out of here. Reporter: The house belonged to 86-year-old Walter Nolan, seen here on a stretcher. He shared the home with his 47-year-old son, Michael. The men were arguing before the explosion. The younger Nolan didn't survive. It is believed Mr. Nolan was killed by the fire, or the explosion. Reporter: The slain officer was part of the force for 15 years. He leaves behind a wife and two teenage daughters.
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