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  1. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    While Station 6 enjoyed their BBQ Engine 5 responded code 3 to a medical call in their first due area. This photo was taken by a fire buff who happened to be in front of the station when they got the call and shows Firefighter Reid hurrying to get onto the truck after making sure traffic was stopped at his respective side. Engine 5 is SBFRs busiest station for a reason! CAD: ------------------------------- 07/23/2021- 1831 INCIDENT MEDICAL- CHEST PAINS UNITS E5 LOCATION BOX 257- 142 ELM AVE APT 3C CIDS 5 FLOOR RESIDENTIAL -------------------------------

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    A picture of the driver's side with pump panel and compartments. This rig is one of the only ones in SBFR to have a deck gun cause of its urban climate. Credit: The Seagrave headlights design is based on one by @ Sven and @ Michael P the Pump panel is based on one by @Joshua B (I'm guessing on these credits...) and @ Michael P.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  3. Rescue 423

    SBFR Station 5

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Station 5 is one of the oldest stations in the city, and its history is on full display via the many informative plaques on either side of the bay entrance. The station is still based in its original building, originally built in the 1830s (but renovated significantly in the 1930s). The building is three floors tall with a full interior, bedrooms and bathrooms, 2 different firefighters' offices, a kitchen, small barbeque and deck, gym, and classroom/meeting room. This building takes inspiration from FDNY Single station houses and @Point Lego City Fire recent station MOC (although his is much better lol), but the build itself is fully custom. More SBFR is coming soon!

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. Rescue 423

    SBFR Engine 5

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Engine 5 is a 2017 Seagrave Marauder II, stationed alone at Station 5, SBFR's oldest and busiest station. Engine 5 is staffed by 5 people and is first due to all of Elm Ave, Lindenhurst Apartments, and Whittler Ave. Engine 5 is an ALS rig and carries equipment for EMS, fires, and MVA calls. The main body of the rig is gonna be the new SBFR spec but other things like motos, equipment held in bumpers, and equipment held on the roof with vary truck to truck. Credit: The Seagrave headlights design is based on one by @ Sven and @ Michael P, the Pump panel is based on one by @Joshua B (I'm guessing on these credits...) and @ Michael P.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    Here you can see the less glamorous Officers Side and rear, with the small hose bed, and more simplistic pump panel. Credit: The Seagrave headlights design is based on one by @ Sven and @ Michael P, the Pump panel is based on one by @Joshua B(I'm guessing on these credits...) and @ Michael P.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  6. From the album: San Brickardo

    Just finished the Southside of Elm Ave. Although it looks strange with the tall buildings all on one side, behind the smaller buildings would be tall (6-7 story tall) affordable housing buildings, which would match the look on the north side of the street. I couldn't implement this onto this file cause the file is already to big (it almost crashes every time I try and save it lol). The South side consists of a public parking lot, Petes Deluxe Paint Shop, a coffee bar, and a construction site. The Row of what would usually be parking spots has been converted to a bike path (seen in green) which runs all the way from downtown San Brickardo to the suburbs. The crown Vics are @ Joshs and the explorer is @ Svens.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  7. From the album: San Brickardo

    A closer view of the construction site. The site is so vulnerable to break-in a municipal security car is on-premises at all times to make sure no one breaks in. The color scheme I chose for city vehicles looks quite good in my opinion. This construction site won't be a construction site forever, this is a site of a future San Brickardo Fire Rescue station when i get around to designing the fire department.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  8. From the album: San Brickardo

    A tiny little place hidden beside the construction site and the Paint Shop, this coffee bar provides the officers of the 7th division as well as many other residents/commuters with the wake-up they need to get their day started!

    © Rescue 423 2021

  9. From the album: San Brickardo

    Frank and his family own a string of hotdog stands all over the city. Here you can see Frank operating his original stand at his original location, where he's been for nearly 50 years. Keep your eye out for more of his stands around the city!

    © Rescue 423 2021

  10. From the album: San Brickardo Police Department (SBPD)

    Elm Ave (pictured) is the northernmost street in the 7th Division and serves as the Northern border. The section of the street is relatively short and runs half the width of the division, but don't let the size confuse you, this division is one of the busiest and most dangerous in the city. Along the North-East border of the division is the 7th Division station, the modular police station. Next to that is an electronics shop/apartment building, with barred windows and (like every other business in the division, no matter what they sold) a panic button. Next comes the Elm Ave monorail and bus station, the only indication that the monorail line, hidden behind the buildings actually exists. The area in front of this station is often used by dealers of all kinds selling their illegal goods. Between the monorail station and the electronics shop lies Franks Hotdogs, a hotdog stand well known by the community. To the left of the monorail station lies a pharmacy, and to the left of that is the institution that is "Elm Ave Center for the homeless and Mentally Ill" the second-largest homeless shelter in the city, which serves the entire East End. Officers and paramedics frequent this establishment bringing people in and calming people down when the situation gets rough. In terms of crime, this neighborhood is known for drunken disorderly calls, vandalism, petty theft, and other calls that come with it being a low-income area. More serious crimes like armed robberies, muggings, shootings, and stabbings also occur, and are often a result of gang violence. Only 1 gang operates in the 7th division, called the Elm Ave Plates, which supplies drugs and illegal firearms into the division. More detailed photos of all of these buildings can be found in another album labeled "San Brickardo". All of the following buildings and decals are custom made except the Ford Crown Vic which is @ Josh design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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