Denver Mansfield Ave 2nd Alarm

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Denver Second Alarm Fire

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On March 21st, 2020 at approximately 14:00 Denver Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in a townhome at 9260 E. Mansfield Ave. Engine 13 arrived on scene to a working fire with heavy black smoke and flames coming from the roof of the structure and started to attack the fire with tank water. Engine 22 arrived and established the water supply with two lines to Engine 13. Chief 3 arrived and took over command, and assigned Tower 22 with primary search. Engine 24 advised lines down on the Charlie side, and command requested Xcel to the scene. Firefighters hit several hydrants and went to work tackling the blaze from the ground and two aerial units. At least three townhomes were damaged. Firefighters were on scene for several hours ventilating the building and mopping up hotspots.  No injuries were reported and the American Red Cross was requested to assist displaced residents. The fire cause is under investigation. Additional information provided by Denver Fire Department

Units on Scene: Chief 3, Chief 4, Chief 7, Ops 2, Engine 13, Engine 22, Engine 24, Truck 16, Tower 22, Engine 5 (RIT), Rescue 1, Truck 19, Engine 23, Truck 38, Engine 18, Engine 3, Engine 16 & Tower 15

Special Call: Ops 1, Ops 4, Air/Light, PIO & Arson

Denver Paramedics: EMS Command 106, Ambulance 4 & Ambulance 8

Denver Police Department & Xcel Emergency Response

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