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

    After quite a while of work (and even more time spent trying to render this thing!) in finally able to present to you a brand new (digital) build! This building (The Old Metropolitan Times Building) is the official office of the Internal Affairs branch of the San Brickardo Police Department. You may ask why the Internal Affairs branch has its own large office instead of being housed in HQ? The IA Branch has its own office away from other police facilities so that a civilian walking in with a complaint has no chance of seeing the officer they are complaining against while trying to report them. The first floor holds a private business (a bike shop) while the second floor has the bullpen, evidence locker, interview and observation room as well as receptionist desk. The third floor has the captains office, surveillance room and briefing room. The building is also equipped with a fire escape system and the roof hosts the capability to do press briefings and has a surveillance drone launching pad/storage area. More detailed pics located here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CSKjI8vANa5/ Aside from the Crown Vics being @ Josh s the build is entirely custom.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  2. 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 -------------------------------

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  3. From the album: San Brickardo

    Part 2 of the "Populating the streets of San Brickardo" project started a short while back with my Mercedes Benz is here! But this time it isn't in the form of a car brand, instead its a "type" of vehicle I had wanted to create for San Brickardo for a while now, taxi cabs. These particular cabs are owned by San Brickardo Taxi Co (as seen by the logo on their sides), one of the many companies employed by San Brickardo Public Transit to run taxi services in the city. Both taxies can fit 2 minifigures (driver, passenger) and a small piece of luggage. The front cab is a modded version of @ Josh s Crown Vic with custom decals, while the second cab is a completely custom Toyota Corolla (I know it looks weird and ugly but IMO the real one is weird and ugly so it works) with opening rear compartment. Both models feature removable roofs and easily interchangeable ad boards I hope to customize with some ironic and funny adds in the future. I needed to take a break from a couple of large projects I was working on (SBPD Internal Affairs Office and SBFR Station 4) and creating a couple taxies to feature in backgrounds and possibly future scenes seemed like a good idea! Now back to working on the larger projects... What do you think of these cabs? What should part 3 be?

    © Rescue 423 2021

  4. From the album: San Brickardo

    "Populating the streets of San Brickardo" is a new multi-step project started by me to keep myself busy over the summer I'll be attempting to create different types of cars to populate the streets of San Brickardo. Step 1 is mostly made up of Mercedes Benz C-Class variants, with the one closest being a 2-door the middle one (my fav.) being a 4-door, and the furthest one being a 2 door convertible. Aside from the headlight being inspired by @ Michael P s Charger design headlight the model is custom built by myself, and a good addition to the fleet of vehicles cruising around San Brickardo streets. I'm not done with Mercedes-Benz yet, as I do plan on making a Mercedes Benz Sprinter design, as well as a G-class and Vito to add to my collection.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  5. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Dive Support 1 is one of @ Josh F150s, and pulls a Jetski nicknamed "Jet 1". This vehicle is cross-staffed by members of Rescue 6. So, when a dive rescue call comes out, Engine 6 responds in its apparatus, Rescue 6 takes this truck, and Dive Rescue 6s takes their own apparatus.

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  6. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Dive Rescue 6 is a (entirely custom) 2017 Freightliner MT-55. It is a walk in pulls Rib 1 and 2. This truck is so busy it has its own 3 dedicated personnel that staff it out of Station 6. Because of how far away the other (currently unnamed) SBFR Marine station is, this truck is entirely independent, with suits for 3 divers (2 normal and 1 RIT) as well as an outdoor shower, and lots of other equipment. I'm actually quite happy with how it looks....

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBFR Rescue 6

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Rescue 6 is an entirely custom 2005 Peirce Arrow XT, stationed at station 6. Its crews cross-staff dive support 1, and between the 2 it is a very busy rescue company. It mostly responds to MVAs, but also carries basic collapse and hazmat tools. It is a rare piece of apparatus (for SBFR), as it isn't a walk in. It also has a light tower and directional bar at the rear, with a winch on the front bumper.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBFR Medic 6

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Medic 6 (a Ford F250) is another rare spec for SBFR, with most of its Medic now being based in separate ambulance stations. Medic 6 not only has ALS equipment, but also has enough equipment to act as its own company on a fireground, and is constantly used for interior searches or RIT during major incidents. Cab Ford F-series design is @ Svens everything else is custom...

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBFR Engine 6

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    Engine 6 is another SBFR spec engine (a 2017 Seagrave Marauder II) made using designs inspired by @ Sven, @ Michael P, with suggestions from @Joshua B and tons of other builders who I forget (please do 😅remind me). Engine 6 is slightly different as it has specialized equipment for MVAs, as it deals with more of them than other calls. This includes a set of Rescue 42s, and an arrow board. Engine 6 also has equipment to draft water right out of San Brickardo Bay, because of its close proximation to it.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    SBFR Station 6

    From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    SBFR Station 6 is located on Santa Monica Blvd, just below Lindenhurst Apartments. It is within the same battalion as Station 5, and regularly backs them up, being second due to all of Elm Ave area. Their most popular calls are MVAs and Dive Rescue calls, housing Engine 6, Medic 6, Rescue 6, Dive Rescue 6 and Dive Support 1. Station 6 itself is a relatively new building, with the engine bay and gym on the ground floor, and the living quarters on the top floor. The Dive Rescue vehicles and training ground are round back of the station.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  11. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    Station 6 features 2 patches. The first one is shared with another (currently unnamed) station located in downtown San Brickardo that holds the rest of the marine team. The second one is unique to Rescue 6. The SB Marine Team patch features their byline "The Kings of the Coast". The second patch features the stations mascot, Jack the Crab, "the Jack of all trades" with the byline: "Have Tools Will Travel". These patches were a lot of fun to make and I hope to make more patches for more stations in the future.

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  12. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    With the creation of SBFR Station 6 I decided to design custom shirts for 2 of the specialist teams stationed here. Both shirts have the SBFR logo on the right sleeve (as any SBFR uniform does) and the SBFR Dive Rescue patch on the left sleeve (as Rescue 6 cross-staffs the Dive Rescue Team). The shirt of the top is worn by the 3 members assigned to Dive Rescue 6 while the bottom shirt is for the 2 firefighters that staff Rescue 6. Both shirts have different text on the back and the teams patch on the front (top right). Both shirts are custom made (by me) and were created on Studio's part designer.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  13. 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

  14. 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

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

    Detectives from the 8th Precinct received their new detectives car today. Despite being a 2011 Ford Crown Victoria (@ Joshs design, first time built IRL to my knowledge) it was kept in relatively good shape (being previously assigned to the head of the uniform standard division). This car is only temporary and will likely be broken down for parts when I'm in the process of getting stuff for more San Brickardo MOCs. Looking forward to building the rest of the 8th precinct soon!

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    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

  17. From the album: San Brickardo Fire Rescue

    Some custom SBFR uniforms i whipped up for the new stations...

    © Rescue 423 2021

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

    At approximately 10:35 PM SBPD 7th Precinct units were dispatched and given vague details of a man with a knife in the parking lot of Lindenhurst Apartments. Lots of units responded and even the PSRT team was en route but when units got on scene they didn't find anything. After interviewing a couple of neighbors and a quick search of the area the call was cleared. A large police presence remained in the area but it was deducted the call must've been a prank call. Ford Crown Vics are modified from @ Joshs design.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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    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

  20. 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.

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

    This particular Tesla Model 3 is part of a fleet of 2 that has been donated to the SBPD from Tesla for use at Neighborhood Engagement Officer cars. This particular one is assigned to the 5th precinct and responds to things look school fairs, events, and festivals to build good relationships with members of the community. It is also part of SB's go green initiative as it produces zero emissions. A charging station for this vehicle is located at the 5th precinct station house's parking lot.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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

    This 2016 Ford Explorer (@ Sven) is part of SBPD's Public Safety Response Team. This team is split up into 2 separate area commands covering different areas of the city. Each command consisting of 2 Ford Explorers identical to this one and a supervisor driving a marked Ford Taurus. These Ford Explorers carry 3 SWAT Officers dressed in unique uniform ready to respond as a unit to any of the following incidents: Shootings, stabbings, hostage-takings, high-risk escorts, warrants, public order incidents (alongside the Riot Squad). SBPD has 2 SWAT units, and the PSRT's job is to act as a fast response unit carrying the equivalent of SWAT officers to the scenes of violent crimes to back up patrol units. Once onscene this units only role is to engage and deal with the threat This particular car is assigned to the 5th precinct and responds with its twin and supervisor to high-risk calls in the East Area Command.

    © Rescue 423 2021

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

    This particular version of @ Svens Ford Explorer belongs to the 5th Precincts Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) unit. This unit is staffed by 1 officer with extension mental health training as well as a nurse from the nearest hospital (Parkview Medical Center) and responds to calls involving mental health/people in crisis. This unit is brand new and there is a possibility it will get new vehicles/uniforms in the future.

    © Rescue 423 2021

  24. 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

  25. 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

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