Giverd Drive Fire Station

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Giverd Drive Fire Station

Kinch Heights [46, 88]

Michel Square Honeybone Boulevard Fire Station St. Aidan's Church
Finlay Cinema Giverd Drive Fire Station St. Christopher's Church
the Swanborough Museum a warehouse Nelmes Walk Fire Station

Basic Info:

  • Can be barricaded normally.


Giverd Drive Fire Station
EHB. No power. One zed to the South
Mafiamanz (talk) 08:13, 1 May 2020 (UTC)



One of Kinch Heights many Fire Stations, Giverd Drive was one of lazier ones, due to many firemen sneaking in to watch movies at the neighboring Finlay Cinema. The firemen of Giverd were massacared at the start of the outbreak, with surviving firemen fleeing the immediate area. Giverd Drive was allegedly so named for heroic fireman Jimjack Amos-Giverd, killed during the Great Fire.

Barricade Policy

  • VSB+2

Current Status

1st May 2020 - Viewed from outside. EHB. One zed to the South. Mafiamanz (talk) 08:12, 1 May 2020 (UTC)


  • unknown

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