Again, an explosion from zero to 100 in no time at all.
First the introduction, deep in backstory and richly detailed; then the description of the hotel and Fielding's and Morton's methodical, almost leisurely progression through it; then the prey is spotted, but things are still under control; and then, the stupidity of one man (in this case, the Guardia captain) blows the lid right off.
It's sad to see Morton and Fielding coming to such grisly ends, particularly Fielding: I suspect Morton was already dead, but Fielding, with the gashed hand and the torn muscles or broken bones, must've burned to death.
As to Temic, Director's earlier statement suggests he did not survive the encounter either. But even if he lived through the alcohol-fueled blaze, he must be severely crippled: shot several times, burns over his body... And then there are soldiers waiting for him - and with a burning storeroom, it shouldn't take them long to figure out where he's hiding. So adieu, Temic. If there is an ultimate arbiter in the afterlife waiting for you, the meeting won't be pleasant.