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Firehose box

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Firehose box
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Firehose box is a common type of container in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.

Overview

A standard fire service box containing a hose, nozzle, and a valve providing high pressure water for fighting fires. Two centuries of decay and deterioration resulted in no water pressure, making these useless, except as a source of nozzles and whatever might be hidden inside.

As such, firehose boxes cannot be used to regain health by drinking water. Furthermore, while the hose is visible inside, they are not included as an inventory item.

Contents

Fallout 3

Fallout: New Vegas

  • Firehose boxes typically contain a firehose nozzle and a piece of scrap metal.
  • After Dead Money and the associated patch firehose boxes carry a more random assortment of miscellanous items and even melee weapons such as tire iron, though these may replace the nozzles.

Locations

Fallout 3

Firehose boxes are most commonly found in the old metro stations, but do appear in a few buildings around the Capital Wasteland as well.

Fallout: New Vegas

These can be foundinside most buildings in the Mojave Wasteland.