On June 29th, at 8:03 p.m. CST, a Brickville Police search dog alerted to a bag while on patrol. The officer asked a man near him if he knew who owned the bag or why it had been left. The man said the bag belonged to him, and when asked for permission to search it, he agreed. When the officer opened the bag he found what appeared to be an explosive device. The man was taken into custody while backup and Fire/Rescue were called to the scene. Brickville Fire/Rescue Engine 1 and Battalion Chief 2 were first on scene. After they arrived, Brickville Police set up roadblocks. Battalion Chief 2 then called for Rescue 3, Mobile Command, and the Special Operations trailer. After securing the scene, police went to get the departments EOD trailer. However, neither the Police or Fire departments have an EOD tech so the Sherriff's Department was called in. A Sherriff's Department search & rescue helicopter arrived with the technician and two SRT members. Shortly after, the EOD tech declared the device safe and it was transported to the Sherriff's bomb range.
You did a great job on the bomb transport unit,looks a lot like the real thing. And I agree that is a cool helo, and I do see the similarities with the Blackhawk.
I also like how you have your hose laid out in the back of the engine :)
I have to say this is a great creation. I love all of the police units and the bullet proof vests and the EOD trailer. However, speaking from experience as a cop, your placement of rigs and "tactics" are not very safe lol. But this is just for fun and I can tell you had fun creating it because I had fun looking at all of the pics. Great job, you really know how to think outside the box!