Wood Grove Fire Station

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Wood Grove Fire Station
Robbie McGregor (talk) 05:00, 4 December 2020 (UTC)
Wood Grove Fire Station

Richmond Hills [33, 34]

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Basic Info:

  • Can be barricaded normally.

Wood Grove Fire Station


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"Located in central Richmond Hills, the stone and brick edifice of the old Wood Grove station is the product of an older, more prosperous time. Named after the peaceful foliage of nearby Enwright Park and once an important feature of the suburb, the station found itself on the brink of closing its doors just prior to the Outbreak and Quarantine. A declining local population and subsequent cutbacks in funding had placed it in a precarious position with a reduced staff and out of date equipment. The proliferation of better appointed fire stations in the neighboring suburbs of Eastonwood and Havercroft had all but rendered the Wood Grove station obsolete. Today, however, the firehouse has discovered a renewed sense of purpose. Wood Grove Fire Station is now not only the Malton Fire Department headquarters for Richmond Hills, but it is the primary base of operations for the MFD as a whole."

Barricade Policy

EHB as it is the primary base of operations for the MFD and is a dedicated safehouse.