Cocker Boulevard Fire Station

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Cocker Boulevard Fire Station

Pashenton [78,13]

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Basic Info:

  • Can be barricaded normally.


Cocker Boulevard Fire Station
--Sister Katie (talk) 19:30, 1 February 2020 (UTC)



The Pashenton Fire Department is the local branch of the Malton Fire Department. It is in District One of the NE Division of the Malton Fire Department. The Pashenton Fire Department is based in Cocker Boulevard Fire Department. Axes, Flares, Wirecutters, and Generators can be found in these Fire Stations. Tagging Cocker Boulevard Fire Station earns no XP.


Cocker Boulevard Fire Station is the only fire station in the suburb of Pashenton. Thus, this is the headquarters of the Pashenton Fire Department, which forms part of the Malton Fire Department.

NE District MFD


The Headquarters for District One is in neighbouring the neighbouring suburb of Santlerville in the Burrough Row Fire Station.

The battalion chief for the entire region is Battalion Chief MFDhunk. The fire marshall for the district is Fire Marshall Lucifer Sam.

Barricading Policy

In accordance with the Pashenton Barricade Plan, this site is to be kept at Very Strongly Barricaded (VSB+2), in order to permit entry by rookies and those needing Free Running access.

Current Status

17 November 2010 - Building at VSB. Lights off, 2 survivors inside, no zombies around -- --Pizza777 17:25, 17 November 2010 (UTC)

5 June 2009 - Over-barricaded at EHB; no apparent reason since there aren't that many zombies in the area. --Lariat2301 09:04, 5 June 2009 (BST)

22 August 2009 - Still EHB. Lone survivor inside, few zombies walking around town but none in direct threat. --Johnny Yossarian 01:49, 23 August 2009 (BST)


It is rumoured that on the 15th of August, 1912, the crew of Cocker Boulevard Fire Station were experimenting with the effects of gasoline on fire, when an accidental and lethal explosion engulfed the building and several of the surrounding properties (at that time a tire dealer, a fireworks factory, and a... petrol... station?). Due to the incompetence (and incontinence) of the Cocker Boulevard Fire Station crew, many Maltonians lost their lives in the Great Fire of 1912, which may or may not have been a direct result of the events at Cocker Boulevard.