Federal Heights Tejon Street Structure Fire

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Federal Heights Structure Fire

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At 18:43 on July 19, 2019 Federal Heights Fire Department was dispatched to a fire in the area of 9100 Tejon St. at Lamplighter. Engine 41 en route advised Federal Heights Communications Center (City of Federal Heights 911 Dispatch Center) of smoke in air and to start a major incident tone for a confirmed working fire, and strike a 2nd alarm for mutual-aid. Engine 41 arrived on scene to a single-family mobile home structure with heavy black smoke and flames showing from the Charlie side, and threatening an additional structure. Engine 41 began quick attack, and Battalion 1 arrived and assumed command with a fully involved unit with heavy fire in the offensive strategy. Truck 2 arrived and pulled 2 1/2 line in for fire attack off Engine 41, and Engine 2 established a water supply to Engine 41. Engine 11 secured a secondary supply line, and Medic 2 secured the utilities. Crews got control of the fire and Battalion 2 canceled the 2nd alarm at 18:56. Engine 2 assisted Truck 2 with search & ventilation, and Medic 41 as rehab. The residents were not at home at the time of the fire, but the loss of three pet birds. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. 

Units on Scene:

Federal Heights: Engine 41, Medic 41 & Squad 41

Westminster Fire Department: Battalion 1, Engine 2, Medic 2 & Truck 2

Thornton Fire Department: Battalion 71, Engine 72 & Engine 74(Canceled)

North Metro Fire Rescue District: Engine 63

Adams County Fire Rescue: Battalion 11(Canceled), Engine 11, Medic 11, Truck 14(Canceled) & Medic 14(Canceled)

Federal Heights Police DepartmentXcel Energy

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Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

Curtis Sagers Photo ©

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