When a fire at a hotel leaves twelve dead, Quincy goes on the hunt for an arsonist, leading him to discover an arson anonymous group, and a vanity fire starter.
Did You Know?
The interior firefighting shots and the shots on the front steps of the "hotel" (actually an office building) are edited from The Steel Inferno (1978), a 2-hour TV movie that was shown at the end of the run of the TV series EMERGENCY!. The adjoining "paint factory fire" (LYON Storage sign in the background) is from EMERGENCY!, The Old Engine (1973). The shots of the building with flames on the front is not from EMERGENCY!, and all the speaking parts are original to the show. Both EMERGENCY! And Quincy were Universal Studios productions. See more
This fire is in LA County. However, some stock footage shows LA City FD apparatus responding, along with a ladder from San Francisco FD. LA City is its own department, however, it is possible that they may have been called for mutual aid depending on scene location. San Francisco is a definite impossibility. See more
Edited from Emergency!