Colorado Springs Kiln Fire

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Colorado Springs Kiln Fire

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On June 4th, 2019 at approximately 20:05 Colorado Springs Fire Department was dispatched to the 300 block of Tia Juana St. for a possible structure fire. On scene, Engine 7 reported smoke showing from a bravo side vent and continued to investigate. Engine 7 made entry into the structure and pulled a primary attack line due to moderate smoke conditions from inside the structure. Battalion 2 then requested a working fire assignment. Engine 8 pulled dual supply lines, while Truck 8 was assigned to ventilate and Truck 1 staged as the RIT Team. Engine 7 found a small amount of fire coming from a kiln and quickly extinguished the fire with a pump can. Truck 8 opened a roll-up door on the Charlie side for natural ventilation. At 20:23 the working fire assignment was canceled and crews began to pick up. Units remained on scene until 21:01. The fire is not currently under investigation.

Initial Response: Battalion 2, Engine 7, Engine 8, Truck 8 & Truck 1

American Medical Response (AMR): Medic 17

Working Fire Response: Battalion 3, Battalion 1(Canceled), Rescue 17 (Canceled), HazMat 6 (Canceled), Squad 8 (Canceled) & 73 (PIO/EMS Liaison) (Canceled)

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

Weston Heiser Photo ©

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