This album will be pictures of different incidents throughout the region of Lakeland and rutland (mutual aid), I’d advise you to take a look at rutland’s website.
This is my first attempt at a Lego MOC ever. I relied heavily on Dakota's 8 Wide Pierce Arrow Studio File to get me going, so thank you for posting that.
I've been assigned to ET-141 since I joined my local Fire Department in 2020. Her details are below:
2012 Pierce Velocity Chassis
70" Cab with 10" Raised Roof
Frontal Air Bags for Driver and Officer
Detroit Diesel DD13, 500 H.P. Engine
Allison 4000 Series Transmission
19" Extended Front Bumper with Front Bumper Discharge
Pierce Aluminum 2nd Gen Top Mount Body
1500 GPM Two Stage Hale QMAX Pump
1000 Gallon UPF Poly Tank
Elkhart Eductor Foam System with 30 Gallon Foam Cell
Whelen 12 Volt LED Scene Lighting
Whelen LED Emergency Lighting
Power Call Electronic Siren
Federal Q2B Mechanical Siren
Grover Air Horns
Now it's a matter of tracking down the pieces so I can put this together.
The Huntington Brick Fire Department is a nationally recognized ISO Class 1 premier all-risk public safety organization. Our primary mission is to protect, serve and improve the quality of life for the entire community of Huntington Brick. We achieve this through strong partnerships in all areas within the City of Huntington Brick.
Huntington Brick is located in the south bay and is considered a beach town. HBFD has 14 stations throughout the city and covers 35 square miles.
Our resources are strategically located across the City to ensure we are meeting the community’s expectations. Our emergency response resources include 15 engine companies, seven truck companies, seven paramedic rescue units, hazardous materials unit, Urban Search & Rescue, and two battalion Commanders serving as an emergency scene manager.
SBFR serves a very large sprawling coastal city of San Brickardo with a population of approximately 4 million minifigs. To the "central" it is very urban downtown with modern high-rises lining the waterfront, to the east there is the large San Brickardo Beach, and to the west is Holly-brick and lots of wealthy housing. SBFR provides water rescue (dive rescue), fire, rescue, and medical services to the entire city. This fire department will have 3 battalions (this will be updated as I plan out more) but for now I've only got 1.
Fire Alarm Box Numbering
First digit = Battalion
Second Digit = First Due Station
Third Digit = Box Number.
Ex, Box 251 is Battalion 2, Station 5, Box 1.
SBFR is still quite a new department and is offering regular units for Mutual Aid as well as its specialist teams like its Dive Rescue team, and Urban/High-rise firefighting team, and Collapse Rescue team. Contact Rescue 423 for Mutual Aid. This thread is still being edited as I develop more on SBFR
2006 HME Custom Pumper
-750G Water Tank
-50G Foam Tank
Engine 21 served as RFD Station 21's main fire truck. It was put into secondary engine status recently after several engine problems, putting our secondary engine into main responder. Engine 21 also has some bad rust problems and needs to be replaced. Rutland would help to replace it with a Type 3 brush truck that could also serve as a secondary engine. I want to know what you guys think and maybe suggest some types of Type 3 brush trucks I could build.
The Brick Point Volunteer Hose Company is stationed about 15 miles out from Rutland. They have ten volunteers, twelve at most. The station houses Engine 1, Brush 1, and Squad 3, nicknamed "the Bread Truck."