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  1. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    Station 6 decided to take advantage of the warm weather they had this evening when Firefighter Stuart took to the barbeque, and made multiple hotdogs to feed the ever hungry crew of 12 (13 with the station dog, any name suggestions?) stationed at Station 6. The evening continued with a nice game of (surprisingly uninterrupted) basketball and fresh lemonade.

    © Rescue 423

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

    Half an hour before the England Vs Germany Euro Championship soccer match started, citizens of German decent from the quiet residential neighborhood just North of the 7th precinct flooded the streets. Usually, the German residents of San Brickardo stay hidden, and unlike San Brickardos Chinatown you can barely tell they exist, that is until today. The fans hit the streets with beer, flags and posters wearing their German jerseys (custom made by myself) as they started the journey down Santa Monica Blvd to the large sports pub in which the game was being aired. In anticipation of this event. a single officer from the 7th precinct was sent to watch over the cluster of pedestrians and vehicles as they made their way thru the streets. Many German citizens immigrated to San Brickardo at the start of the 20th century, and because of friction between them and other groups of immigrants they mostly kept to themselves. They travelled East, away from the cities coastline, and subsequently created the quiet neighborhood called "Rosthern", where many German immigrants still live today. More photos: https://blockheads1.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/creations/5589/weXbuk8YXQ4wT2FuWA720SAiMdNgtU-metaU0JQRCBJbmNpZGVudCByZW5kZXIxIChHZXJtYW4gc29jY2VyIGZhbnMpXzIucG5n-.png https://blockheads1.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/creations/5591/responsive-images/rHLgszbkHobpCoodx4UGsnjF7v6wtg-metaU0JQRCBJbmNpZGVudCByZW5kZXIxIChHZXJtYW4gc29jY2VyIGZhbnMpXzMucG5n-___media_library_original_800_600.png The Chevy Tahoe design is @ Svens, the Charger design is @ Michael Ps, the Crown Vic and Ford F250 design are @ Joshs. The decals, buildings/streetscape, Toyota Corolla and Tesla Model 3 designs are all mine.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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