We have been made aware of a possible scam, an individual may call you in an attempt to solicit donations on behalf of “local fire company” or “Ephrata Fire Association”. Whatever they may call themselves we at the Lincoln Fire Company do not ever solicit donations or funds by phone. Below is a picture of the number associated with this scam.
Our normal annual Fund Drive will mail out in September. ... See MoreSee Less
Tell them to be aware it can come through as many different numbers unfortunately they've figured out how to attach different names to these numbers
Tuesday morning Station 16 assisted Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company with a dwelling fire in the Boro. Crews assisted the interior attack team with pulling ceiling to access the attic fire. Crews also assisted with RIT and overhaul. Lincoln had 15 Volunteers assist on this incident. Our thoughts are with the family during this difficult time. This was the first "working fire" for the new Rescue 16 ... See MoreSee Less
So sorry for the family. Walt and your firefighters ,please be careful!
Sad but glad no one was hurt physically😃
Yesterday while at Wellspan Healthy Day In The Park, Station 16 was alerted for an Engine as part of the 2nd Alarm assisting Brickerville Fire Company on a Barn Fire. Engine 16-2 was on the street shortly after dispatch and was assigned to setup a tanker fill site. ... See MoreSee Less
Today Rescue Engine 16-2, Squad 16-1, and our Antique Reo along with Station 15 Ephrata Pioneer participated in Wellspan Healthy Day In The Park. ... See MoreSee Less
Wish I would have known
Friday evening Rescue 16 made its first response to a vehicle accident with reported entrapment. Chief 16 arrived with no entrapment and the 16 units controlled hazards and provided traffic control. Then shortly after midnight the Rescue made its 2nd run assisting EMS on a cardiac arrest. ... See MoreSee Less
Last evening at 22:00 hours after 5 months of meetings, planning, and hard work by many the new Rescue 16 was placed in service. We would like to thank the many people and companies that made this project a success. 1st and foremost our members who spent countless hours in meetings, mocking up equipment in compartments, driver training, and shuttling equipment for mounting. Fire Line Equipment who did all the equipment mounting and other miscellaneous work to the truck. They allowed us to bring and take equipment as it was needed which allowed us to keep our 2004 Rescue in service during the duration of this project. Others who were a part of this project include Daryl Martin Truck Painting (painting), Danz Lettering (lettering & gold leaf), B. Moyer Radio (Radio and David Clark System), Xcellent Car Cleaning (cleaning), and Hoover Truck Repair (PA Inspection & misc. repairs). ... See MoreSee Less
Looks great, congratulations on your new addition. What brand mounts were used for the paratechs?
Looks great! Who did the gold leaf lettering for you guys? Curious because we just bought a used rescue from Easton FD from FireLine. And I believe FireLine is the same place where you bought this truck and had it repainted and lettered. We were going to use Danz but he’s booked.
Looks great and functional good luck keep up the great work
Best of luck!
Looks great congrats
Looks great it was our pleasure Xcelent Car Care Mobile Detailing to get her all shined up😊😊😊
Nice piece of apparatus
Now that’s a nice rig!
Is that the former Hazle Township rescue?
Last evening at at 18:00 hours our 2004 KME Rescue was placed out of service to begin the transfer of equipment to the new Rescue. Ironically current Fire Chief Richard Gehman drove the first call when we placed this rescue in service and its last call. Reminder this unit is currently for sale, please contact us if interested. ... See MoreSee Less
I gonna miss this thing I went on my first vehicle accident with entrapment on this piece 🚒🚨❤
Tornado Watch again for our area until 8PM. Stay alert!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Our area is in a Tornado Watch until 10pm. Keep alert!!! ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Equipment mounting is nearing completion. Mounting should be finished next week and the truck will ready to come back to Lincoln for equipment transfer. Final driver training will take place this weekend and next weekend with plans to go in service early June. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
2004 KME RESCUE FOR SALE
Price Reduced!!! $239,000 Negotiable
Lincoln Fire Company Ephrata, PA offers for sale their 2004 KME Walk Around Rescue W/ Seating For 8 (7 SCBA Seats)
Cummins ISM 500HP Motor W/ Allison 4000EVS Transmission. Currently 19,276 Miles.
30KW Harrison Hydraulic Generator W/ 9000 Watt Wilburt Light Tower & Body Mounted Scene Lighting Including Front Brow Light
Emergency Lighting W/ Power Call Siren & Federal Q2B Siren
Front Truck Mounted Winch W/ Access Point For Portable Winch Rear & Both Sides
Truck Also Includes (3) Electric Reels & Air Reel
Cascade (4) Bank 6000psi System, Oil Dry Hopper, & Much More.
Length: 36' 2"
Height: 9' 10"
Items Not Included In Sale: Ladders, David Clark Head Set System, Hurst Hydraulic System & Reels, Along With All Portable Equipment.
Unit Is Currently In Service & Will Be Available June 1, 2019 (This Date Is Negotiable)
Asking Price $239,000 Negotiable
Lincoln Fire Company Has The Right To Reject Any/All Offers
Contact Deputy Fire Chief James Gehman at 717-733-6214 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. ... See MoreSee Less
That's it .... we finally found her
Richard, Josh, Chuck, Steven, Jake, LC & Joe
Rescue Engine 16-2 with crew of 8 standing by for Weaverland Valley Fire while their members enjoy their banquet ... See MoreSee Less
Looking a little more like it belongs at Lincoln!!! The new rescue will spend the next few weeks at Fire Line Equipment getting the final touches on equipment mounting and then come back to do final driver training and equipment familiarization with our members. The plan is to have the new rescue in service late May to early June. ... See MoreSee Less
Looks great red and white.
Jonathan Kibe Christian Sklodowski
Any body know if it’s going to be at Make A Wish
Proud to have it in our Fleet. Will serve the community for many years
OBQ right at home base!
Nice unit !
Most excellent congratulations
Can’t wait to see what the new rescue looks like
Great looking rescue! Congratulations!
Here is the video of the "Every 15 Minutes" program put together by Ephrata Area SD. The students and faculty put a lot of time into this video and did a great job.youtube.com ... See MoreSee Less
Today members of Station 16 along with Ephrata Pioneer Fire Co. and Akron Fire Department participated in @ephrata.high.school Every 15 Minutes program. A mock DUI/Distracted Driving crash was placed out front of the high school so that students could see what the possible repercussions are of driving under the influence or distracted. Members extricated one occupant and had her “transported” by EMS. After clearing the high school, all three stations met at Station 15 for pizza and fellowship but were dispatched to Astro Machine Works in the borough for an automatic fire alarm. Engine 15-1, Engine 12-1, and Rescue 16 responded together and shortly after arriving units were placed available by Assistant 15 (Bowen) as the alarm was accidental. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job to all fire crews,police, plus Ephrata ambulance and medic 4!!!
Thank you for doing this.
Last evening Rescue 16 with a crew of 7 assisted Station 13 Denver on a dwelling fire. Issue was caused by HVAC unit and a the rescue was soon placed available. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight 36 Lincoln Volunteers are completing their first night of Hazmat Operations Refresher. Meanwhile 4 additional members are taking basic ropes and rigging at Akron Fire Company. ... See MoreSee Less
Saturday was a busy day for the Lincoln Volunteers. 19 members along with 2 from Ephrata Pioneer Fire Co completed their Confined Space Operations class. Also in the morning the Rescue Engine attended a local egg hunt we help to sponsor along with two local churches. As the Confine Space training was wrapping up at the local sewer plant the prealert went out for an outbuilding fire in our 1st due. Engine 16-2 responding from station arrived with a working shed fire with some extension to main building and another shed and propane tanks as an exposure which had them transmit the working fire dispatch. Engine 16-2 pulled multiple handlines and Engine 16-1 arrived from the training and assisted their crew. Crews made a quick knock on the fire and Truck 15 and Engine 15-1 crews confirmed no farther extension to any exposures so the incident was scaled back to Station 16, 15, and 14. Special thanks to Station 15 helping wrap up our lines and ready our engines for service and also Station 14 who was released from the scene and stood by in our station. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Easter from all the Volunteers at the Lincoln Fire Company. ... See MoreSee Less