New Milford musician loses new music products in apartment hearth

NEW MILFORD — “A complete loss” is how resident Dean Snellback describes final week’s fireplace injury to his Railroad Road condominium.

“I in all probability have a $45,000 decline,” reported Snellback, a local musician who said he estimates shedding about $20,000 worth of new music gear in the hearth.

“My daughter was with me (the other night time), digging via the rubble,” he stated. “We attempted to see if there was everything that was salvageable.”

The hearth, which commenced about 9 p.m. Sept. 1, took area in a four-apartment creating at the intersection of Financial institution and Railroad avenues, Hearth Marshal Kevin Reynolds mentioned the early morning just after the blaze.

“Just about almost everything was impacted from the fireplace,” Reynolds extra on Tuesday.

Snellback wasn’t dwelling at the time of the fireplace.