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The building inspired by Zootopia Default Set so I put a “buliding egg” again in it."o((>ω< ))o" 
1.Building information: 
• Size:3x2 
• Electricity Consumption:640KW 
• Water Consumption:320m3/week 
• Construction Cost:4000 
• Maintenance Cost:400 
• Ambulance Count:4 
• Patient Capacity:100 
• Healthcare Accumulation:100 
• Healthcare Radius:700 
As my old saying.Thanks for your support and I will continue to do my best.(・∀・) 

And please click thumbs in steam if you like my work _(:з」∠)_

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nightbird615

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Love it and much needed for my city.  Thank you!   This is for SC4 and NOT SC5, correct?   I hope so.  ;)

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