Oh no! A fire has broken out and the flames are getting higher and higher! Join firefighter and LEGO® City TV hero Freya McCloud for action-packed firefighting adventures. Jump aboard a fierce fire truck and storm the scene. Unload the equipment from the car storage compartment and switch on the fire hydrant. Then raise the fire ladder high in the air and help the LEGO City heroes save the situation!
Reward the everyday hero with the excitement of LEGO® City with this 4+ fire ladder (60280) game set, which comes with a gorgeous fire truck and a character from the popular LEGO City Adventures TV series.
What's in the box? A toy fire truck with a ladder and fire extinguisher, a water hydrant and stackable LEGO® flames, as well as mini figures of a firefighter and LEGO City TV series fire chief Freya McCloud.
Children can lift the fire ladder, keep the firefighter's tools in the car's storage compartment and come up with stories starring Freya McCloud, the fire chief in the LEGO® City Adventures TV series.
A firefighting toy set suitable for children aged 4 and older is a great birthday, Christmas or any other anniversary gift for LEGO® City and role-playing game fans. Requires only basic construction skills.
When assembled, the fire ladder is 9 cm high, 16 cm long and 7 cm wide.
LEGO® accessories include a fire ax and helmet and a fire extinguisher.
The set includes a simple 4+ construction guide and Instructions PLUS guide, which is part of the free LEGO® Building Instructions application for smart devices. An interactive building guide will help children become a master builder.
LEGO® City 4+ kits allow children and adults to discover the magic of building and playing together, developing children's creativity and imagination through realistic buildings, cool vehicles and great characters.
Looking for a quality children's toy? All LEGO® City components meet the stringent requirements of the industry to ensure their compatibility and easy joining and detaching of tiles at all times.
We put safety first. LEGO® City blocks and components have been dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analyzed to ensure they meet stringent global safety standards.