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Hazmat 5
This is my FDNY Haz-Mat 5 Operations Truck based on the American Pierce Design; Haz-Mat 5 consists of 3 crew members and can deal with a wide range of Hazardous Material Incidents like chemical spills. The truck has a range of different on-board equipment such as and on-board water pump for decontamination, and a generator to power tools and equipment.
About this creation


This Rig is Fictional as Paulo Rodriguez says 'it looks more like an American Le France, but with a nice Euro flare'- And i completely agree with him!







Haz-Mat 5 Operations





All of our trucks have a 9/11 tribute on them for those lost during 9/11



The trucks on-board equipment includes:
- 2 High Power Scene Lights
- 1 Short Suction Hose for decontamination
- 1 Pat-Slide/ Stretcher
- 2 Road Block Signs/ Barriers
- 2 Has-Mat Canisters , to contain the Hazardous Materials
- 1 Heavy Lift Trolley
- 1 Chainsaw
- 1 Heavy Duty Chain
- 1 Radiation/ Metal Detector
- 3 Fire Extinguishers
- 1 First Aid/ Chemical Burns Kit
- 1 Hydraulic Wrench
- 1 Wrench
- 1 Pair of binoculars 4
- 1 Chief/ High-Viz Jacket




Please feel free to check out my other Lego Creations and my other FDNY Truck and Vehicles; please donít forget to comment, and any ideas for future projects/ improvements!




Comments

 I made it 
  August 6, 2012
Quoting Ed D (loving summer break!) I agree with Emmett, very nice! Youre off to a good start! I hope to see some more nice stuff! :D
Thanks, il be adding some new rigs soon :)
 I like it 
  August 5, 2012
I agree with Emmett, very nice! Youre off to a good start! I hope to see some more nice stuff! :D
 I like it 
  August 4, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
 I made it 
  August 4, 2012
Quoting Emmett M. David, nice work! It has a creative European look to it. You're off to a very good start with modeling Lego fire apparatus. I'm a volunteer firefighter myself and know a lot about the New York City Fire Department(FDNY), so if you have any questions, feel free to ask. If you are interested in Lego Firefighting, I highly recommend you check out some of the famed Lego Fire Apparatus builders at http://legometrofd.com/ (look under members) and if you want, feel free to join the Lego Fire Community's forums at http://www.emergencybricks.com/index.php?/index/ If you want some inspiration from real FDNY apparatus, check out this website: http://www.fdnytrucks.com/index.htm The above site is organized by NYC Borough and lists all of the FDNY's fire companies and their locations w/apparatus shots. If you want to learn more about the FDNY, check out the Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FDNY
Thank you very much for that nice comment Emmett, and thanks for such a warm welcome to the Lego Firefighting community, also thank you very much for adding the links and giving me the opportunity to ask you questions about your FDNY fire department :)
 I like it 
  August 3, 2012
David, nice work! It has a creative European look to it. You're off to a very good start with modeling Lego fire apparatus. I'm a volunteer firefighter myself and know a lot about the New York City Fire Department(FDNY), so if you have any questions, feel free to ask. If you are interested in Lego Firefighting, I highly recommend you check out some of the famed Lego Fire Apparatus builders at http://legometrofd.com/ (look under members) and if you want, feel free to join the Lego Fire Community's forums at http://www.emergencybricks.com/index.php?/index/ If you want some inspiration from real FDNY apparatus, check out this website: http://www.fdnytrucks.com/index.htm The above site is organized by NYC Borough and lists all of the FDNY's fire companies and their locations w/apparatus shots. If you want to learn more about the FDNY, check out the Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FDNY
 I made it 
  August 3, 2012
Quoting Harrison McNeill Cool but not a Pierce or a FDNY truck.
Thanks for the nice comment, i didn't do too much research on the truck type, i just started building straight away, but non the less its still a great rig, it can be a fictional FDNY Truck :)
 I made it 
  August 3, 2012
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez Nice Hazmat you got here, I would say it looks more like an American Le France, but with a nice Euro flare. I would add what we call a walk in space, its like a small isle that runs down the middle of the truck, and holds extra crew members and tools.
Thank you Paulo for your very nice comment!
 I like it 
  August 3, 2012
Cool but not a Pierce or a FDNY truck.
 I like it 
  August 3, 2012
Nice Hazmat you got here, I would say it looks more like an American Le France, but with a nice Euro flare. I would add what we call a walk in space, its like a small isle that runs down the middle of the truck, and holds extra crew members and tools.
 I made it 
  August 3, 2012
Quoting Sven Jagdmann This is very good built rig with some very nice details like the opening compartments. But it's not a FDNY truck. The have another colour scheme und use no blue emergency lightning. Only at the back there are blue lights. But apart from that it's a great creation and i like it very much. Looks very good :)
Thanks Very Much For your nice comment Sven, and thanks for the ideas for future improvements, until i change it can be a fictional FDNY Truck :) - Please Check Out my Tanker 8
 I like it 
  August 3, 2012
This is very good built rig with some very nice details like the opening compartments. But it's not a FDNY truck. The have another colour scheme und use no blue emergency lightning. Only at the back there are blue lights. But apart from that it's a great creation and i like it very much. Looks very good :)
 
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