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Item #: SCP-2504

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Due to the nature of SCP-2504, full containment is impossible. Containment consists of limiting the media's interaction and reporting of with SCP-2504-1 instances. Social media containing content depicting the anomalous properties of an SCP-2504-1 instance should be summarily deleted. The accounts associated with the content should be temporarily removed or banned.

Description: SCP-2504 is an anomalous event that occurs when emergency services are needed within the city of ███████, Illinois. To date, there is no recognizable pattern between SCP-2504 events. Attempts to purposefully initiate an event have thus far ended in failure. Events usually begin when an emergency is reported through the emergency services contact number. Depending on the nature of the event, an instance of SCP-2504-1 will appear and respond to the reported emergency.

SCP-2504-1 refers to multiple entities recorded from known instances of SCP-2504. SCP-2504-1 consists of multiple assets to various departments of the city's emergency services; however, due to the nature of the phenomenon, none of the assets are recorded as being owned or operated by any members of the departments or the departments themselves. Please see the list below for entity identification.

SCP-2504-1-1: [Fire Department] - Quint-Type fire apparatus. Engine# 9056, License# ████-███
SCP-2504-1-2: [Police Department] - PPV, License# ████-███
SCP-2504-1-3: [Police Department] - Officer ████ Wilder, commonly associated with SCP-2504-1-2 and SCP-2504-1-4.
SCP-2504-1-4: [Police Department] - Officer ███████ Bentley, commonly associated with SCP-2504-2 and SCP-2504-3.
SCP-2504-1-5: [Fire Department] - Lead by ███████████ Bigg. See Addendum-2504-1 for more information.
SCP-2504-1-6: [██████████] - Agent ████████ ███████, See Addendum-2504-2 for more information.
SCP-2504-1-7: [Emergency Medical Services] - Type I Ambulance, License# ████-███.
SCP-2504-1-8: [Emergency Medical Services] - Lead by ███████████ Richards.

It is currently unknown where instances of SCP-2504-1 originate from. The instances are usually only seen turning the corner near the emergency in which they are required. Witnesses to the disaster claim the emergency vehicles were in traffic nearby when they began movement towards an emergency. Security camera footage often appears to support these claims; however, discrepancies between footage and actual events have arisen during various SCP-2504 events.

Instances of SCP-2504-1 perform their work professionally, with very few flaws or mistakes. Once the situation has been resolved, SCP-2504-1 instances will begin to perform general follow-up procedures. Following this, the subjects will return to their vehicles and leave the site of the emergency. Similar to their appearance, upon loss of visual contact, the instance will disappear. Attempts to track SCP-2504-1 instances have thus far ended in failure. Tracking devices placed on the instances stop transmitting shortly after the loss of visual contact. Attempting to follow the instances have been unsuccessful as all agents have lost sight of the instance they were pursuing.

Official documentation of this activity will appear in the proper file of the branch of emergency services that SCP-2504-1 instance was representing. It is currently unknown how the paperwork is completed or returned to the various headquarters.

Addendum-2504-1: Upon initial discovery of SCP-2504, the vehicular instances were only seen. Drivers were unable to be identified and, on some occasions, unable to be seen. This lead to the belief that SCP-2504-1-1 and SCP-2504-1-2 were autonomous. As the SCP-2504 phenomenon was studied, SCP-2504-1-3 through 6 were discovered. During various SCP-2504 events, members of MTF Delta-13 were able to contact several members of the various SCP-2504-1 instances. Several short conversations were recorded.

Addendum-2504-2: Information restricted to level 4 clearance.

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