Denver Tennyson Defensive Fire

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Tennyson Defensive Fire

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At 09:19 on November 29th, 2016 Denver Fire Department responded to a commercial structure fire at 3985 Tennyson St. Engine 17 arrived with heavy fire and smoke showing, laid in and began defensive operations on the Alpha side. Engine 17 secured a water supply and set up the Blitz fire monitor. Truck 12 arrived and took command. Engine 12 pulled a 2 1/2 line from Engine 17 and attacked from the Alpha side. Chief 6 arrived and assumed command from Truck 12. Tower 9 set up aerial ops with Engine 7 as the supply engine on the Delta side, and stretched a 1 3/4 line to the Charlie side. Rescue 1 arrived and started search on the Bravo exposure. Command requested 2 additional engines over the 1st Alarm. Crews got the fire under control at 09:53, and Arson was called. The exposures were undamaged and crews worked an extended overhaul. No injuries were reported and fire is under investigation.

Units on Scene: Chief 5, Chief 6, Ops 2, Engine 17, Engine 12, Truck 12, Engine 7, Tower 9, Engine 1 (RIT), Hamer 1 & Rescue 1

Additional: Engine 3, Engine 8, Truck 4 & Air/Light

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