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

    Once again inspired by the LAPD, this is an SBPD K9 unit. They are only given to the bigger divisions and frequently respond all across the city. The uniform (olive green with a black vest) is the uniform worn by all SBPD tactical officers, k9 included. The car itself is an all-white version of the @ Svens 2016 Ford Explorer.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    The rear has 2 smaller lightbars, space for as trolley to be stored as well as the typical Ford transit lights.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  3. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    The last of the Parkview Medical Center fleet (until I build the actual hospital which is a while away) has arrived. This custom Ford Transit Connect Organ Transport van does exactly what the name says, transporting organs from hospital to hospital, often long distance and sometimes code 3. The vehicle holds 1 person in the cab, and enough storage space for 4 large organ containers in a refrigerated storage area as well as some extra storage in the rear. This vehicle has the custom decals including roof ID number and features the light blue/lime green livery representing the non-emergency section of the fleet.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    The newest addition to the fleet is a critical care ambulance. This critical care ambulance is exactly the same as the standard ALS ambulance (except it has the extra stud behind the cab that @Joshua B suggested I add, which has been implemented in critical care and standard ambulances). In terms of decals, this van features the normal stuff as well as red striping, and a red cab roof to signal to helicopter it is a critical care ambulance. Just like the standard one it can hold 2 paramedics (wearing red critical care uniforms) and 1 patient, but it only responds code 3 to calls which are life-threatening. The ambulance uses the free downloadable battalion chief unit 𝐚𝐬 𝐛𝐚𝐬𝐞 for the 5 wide cab, but everything else is custom.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: Parkview Medical Center

    Here you can see the organ holding section with a couple of containers and an employee with a trolley (held in the back). The employee is wearing the light blue uniform of this particular branch.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  6. Joshua B

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    From the album: Liberty County Sheriff's Department

    The 2015 Ford Explorer is used as a utility vehicle by Liberty County Sheriff's Department. Credit to Sven J for the design.

    © 2021 Joshua B

  7. Joshua B

    Utility

    From the album: Liberty County Sheriff's Department

    The 2015 Ford Explorer is used as a utility vehicle by Liberty County Sheriff's Department. Credit to Sven J for the design.

    © 2021 Joshua B

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