That's not a 2 alarm response in Colorado Springs, but it is a modified response for that type of structure. As Jim noted, it was a very small fire.Days Inn Motel Rusina Rd. E9,T9, E12, E2, T10, T1, D1, D3. One to Hosp. Fire in one room, smoke in 8. U/C in 45 min
Well, if you had included all that info to begin with...District Chief 1 called for a second alarm. I was listening and it definitely was a second alarm with E2, E6, T10 and T1 along with HR, Air 14, Squad 108 and District 3 chief responding also two AMR units. On a single alarm, they normally send two engines and one truck. When they respond with four engines and three trucks and the other units, it is a second alarm!