2 days ago
Some photos from our Open House today. Thanks to all that attended and to all of our members that helped out. We had 30 different of our volunteers help throughout the day. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Rescue 16 and Engine 14-1 out at Clay Elementary doing Fire Prevention today. Remember our open house is tomorrow starting at 10am. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Stop in and visit us this Saturday 10am to 2pm at our annual Open House. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
Back at it for day 2 of fire prevention ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue Engine 16-2 and the Squad with a crew of seven are out doing fire prevention in our 1st due area. Today we will visit four schools. Other school visits are planned for tomorrow and Friday. Also our open house will be this Saturday from 10am to 2pm. We would also like to thank the nice lady who bought us lunch today while eating at Pizza Hut. It was very much appreciated!!! ... See MoreSee Less
After doing for schools today, we did a homeschool program for 47 attendees late this afternoon. I could not be prouder of the continued emphasis are stationed places on fire safety education and public relations for our community. Thank you to all the members for your dedication
Come out and see us today at PaulB Hardware ... See MoreSee Less
Station 16 units and Truck 15 investigating an AFA at a local church in our 1st due. ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue Engine 16-2, Engine 16-1, and Traffic 16 staged at West Main Street and Fulton Street for Ephrata Fair Parade ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks so much for directing! Makes getting out much easier!
Rescue 16, Engine 3-1, and Ambulance 37-3 staged at E. Main Street and Lincoln Ave. for the Ephrata Fair Parade. ... See MoreSee Less
Some additional photos from yesterday's Emergency Boat Operations class we hosted. Lincoln had 9 members in the class. ... See MoreSee Less
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 shared a post.
3 weeks ago
Today nine Lincoln members participated in an Emergency Boat Operations class we hosted. Their were also members from Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company, Garden Spot Fire Rescue, and Fame Fire Company from West Chester, PA. Thanks to each one of these departments for allowing the use of their boats to make this class possible.A busy day on the Susquehanna River with an Emergency Boat Operations & Rescue training session. Brilliant sunshine and warm temperatures made for a good time to be on the water training our local First Responders.
Participating companies for this EBOR training session provided by WhiteCap Water Rescue Training, LLC; Garden Spot Fire Rescue (GSFR39), Fame Fire Co. No. 3, Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company and the host company Lincoln Fire Company Station 16.
Thank you to Lincoln Fire Company for choosing WhiteCap Water Rescue Training to instructing your training session. It was a pleasure I work with the various fire companies to enhance their Water Rescue capabilities. We look forward to working with agencies in the future.
Thank you to Lincoln for the hospitality of beverages and snacks for the training day. A special thank you to Pioneer Ephrata and Garden Spot Fire Rescue for assisting with loaning their rescue boats for this session.
For the skills day, we had 15 students operating 5 rescue boats, canoe and one swift water boat.
If your agency is interested in hosting a Water/Ice Rescue training session, please contact WhiteCap Water Rescue Training.
717-801-9272 ... See MoreSee Less
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 shared a post.
1 month ago
Glad to see it return to it's original home and it was a pleasure doing business with you. ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday evening while a few members were still in station after company meeting the 1st alarm assignment was dispatched to Rock Rd in Clay Twp. in our first due for a dwelling. Deputy 16 arrived on location with nothing showing from the exterior but after farther investigation found fire in a room on the bravo side that was accessed by a seperate entrance. Engine 16-1 arrived pulling two lines and made a quick knock on the fire. Engine 16-2, Rescue 16, Engine 14-1 & Tanker 14 Durlach Mt. Airy, and Truck 15 Ephrata Pioneer arrived and assisted with overhaul, ventilation, and water supply. Tanker 22 Brunnerville also came back the lane if needed for water, but was not used. Great job by all crews on keeping the fire and smoke damage to the room of origin with minor damage elsewhere. Also dispatched and staged on the road and later returned was Brickerville, Denver, Lititz, and Stevens Fire Companies. Thanks to all agencies that assisted. ... See MoreSee Less
Lavern Diane Auker
Today seven Lincoln Volunteers traveled to Faulkner Collision Center in Lancaster to do some vehicle rescue training with newer and high end cars. It was a great day of training and alot of new techniques were learned. Thanks to Faulkner Collision for hosting and making these great arrangements. Also thanks to the other sponsors Hurst & MES for their rescue tools and instructors, Nationwide Insurance, and BMW. ... See MoreSee Less
good night! My name is Everton, I am preparing my Course Conclusion Paper, whose theme is "The nurse facing the victim of car accidents on highways" one of the objectives of my study is to say about the approach of the nurse using the SAVER Method, I would like to know is there any book that addresses this topic? because until now I only got manuals! Thank you for your attention
Congratulations to Alex Garman on completing his interior firefighting class today. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Alex Garman.
Congrats Alex Garman!!!
Looking to sell those extras things laying around the house?Save the Date! Martin's 3rd Annual Yard Sale & Flea Market! Join us from 7am till Noon! Baron Stiegel Lions Food Truck will be here too!
*Rental fee will be $10.00 with the entire amount collected will go to a local Fire Company, Lincoln Fire Company. ... See MoreSee Less
Thoughts and prayers for Deputy Chief 19 Tim Hackman who was involved in a MVA this morning. Hoping you have a quick recovery. ... See MoreSee Less
There's always accident's at that intersection! Luckily nobody was killed yet! Guess they have to put BIG RED FLASHING LIGHTS UP,NO they still wouldn't STOP!!! WISHING HIM A SPEEDY RECOVERY!!!
Last weekend we had three of our volunteers complete Rope 4. Thanks to all of our members who continue to train. We are quickly approaching 4,000 training hours for the year so far. ... See MoreSee Less
For the last two Saturdays Lincoln hosted a Rope 1 class. Members from Station 13 Denver and Station 12 Akron also attended the class. Thanks to Wellspan Ephrata Community Hospital for allowing us to utilize their parking garage. ... See MoreSee Less