1 day ago
This morning Rescue 16 stopped out to support Station 29 West Earl Fire Company at their Breakfast. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for stopping out
4 days ago
Last evening for training 18 members drilled in search and rescue techniques along with rescue of a downed firefighter. Crews completed several scenarios as well using the company's FAST Board. Special thanks to Reamstown Fire Company for bringing Squad 17-1 to fill cylinders for us. ... See MoreSee Less
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 shared a post.
4 days ago
Thoughts and Prayers this morning to Lt Menard’s family and members of the Worcester Fire Department. Rest easy brother!It is with a very heavy heart that Chief Michael Lavoie, City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr. and Mayor Petty announce the devastating loss of Lt. Jason Menard, a member of the WFD since 2010 assigned to Ladder 5, Group 2 at McKeon Road Fire Station. Lt. Menard succumbed to his injuries battling a 4 alarm fire on Stockholm Street this morning, Wednesday, November 13. He leaves behind his wife Tina, 3 children & parents. It is an extremely difficult day for the Worcester Fire Department. Lt. Menard and his crew acted selflessly and heroically. Please keep the family of Lt. Menard, his friends and crew in your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers for family 🙏🙏🙏🙏 Sorry for your loss.
5 days ago
Last evening Lincoln was invited to train with Station 22 Brunnerville at an acquired structure they have. Crews did run-ins pulling handlines and doing search & rescue of victims. Thanks to Brunnerville Fire for the invite. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
The Lincoln Fire Company wishes all of our veterans a Happy Veterans Day. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Early this morning Station 16 was alerted to assist Station 15 Ephrata Pioneer on a building fire at Amvets Post 136 on S. State St. in the Boro. Crews arrived finding a detached building well involved with extension to the side of the main building and roof. Rescue 16 crew of 8 arrived and assumed interior truck company assignment forcing entry, searching, and opening up the interior of the main building. Excellent work by all companies kept the damage to the inside of the main building to a minimum. ... See MoreSee Less
We can never thank all you guys enough for all your help❤❤❤
Glad everyone is safe . thanks to all
WOW CAN'T BELIEVE THIS HAPPENED . GLAD NOBODY WAS IN THE BUILDING.
Last night the Lincoln Volunteers teamed up with Akron Fire Company to do training. Crews did a run-in scenario of a 3 vehicle accident involving a school bus with multiple patients trapped. Thanks to Valley View Towing for assisting with the training and also setting it up for us. Also thanks to Weiler Walls for allowing us to train at your facility and lastly thanks to Groff Bus Company for donating the school bus to the fire companies. Lincoln had 20 members at the training. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday Members from Lincoln Fire Company, Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company, New Holland EMS, WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital ALS, & Ephrata Ambulance, were present to give EMT Andy Etman an EMS & Fire send off as he heads to Milton S. Hershey Medical Center for in patient Chemo and stem cell treatment!
Best of luck Andy and you will be in our thoughts and prayers each day.
Andy is still facing significant financial hurdles related to his fight against cancer, if you are interested in donating click on this link. www.facebook.com/donate/375674283379530/?fundraiser_source=external_url ... See MoreSee Less
Brief video of one of our 1st evolutions last week with FAST Board. ... See MoreSee Less
Last Tuesday crews traveled to the Lancaster County Training Center to review the FAST Board and go over RIT drills and methods to save our own if they go down in 5 minutes of less. The group practiced these drills at first with having full visibility and then with smoke in place for very limited visibility. The Board can make an amazing difference with proper training and continued practice. Thanks to all the members that came out, they all felt it was a great worthwhile training. Also thanks to Ephrata Pioneer Engine 15-1 and Brickerville Rescue Engine 21-1 for covering us while we were out. ... See MoreSee Less
Stop out and see us today until 1pm at Goods Store on W. Main Street in Ephrata. Also get your special coupon for purchasing First Alert products only good for today at Goods Store. ... See MoreSee Less
Some photos of our units with Truck 75 Mt. Joy while they were covering for Truck 15 Ephrata Pioneer while both Ephrata Companies attended a structure burn session Sunday. Lincoln also maintained a crew in station staffing the Rescue Engine for the day as well. ... See MoreSee Less
Today the Lincoln Volunteers were invited to participate in a live burn training with Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company at Berks County Training Facility. Crews completed 8 different scenarios and were assigned various tasks. Reamstown Fire Company also participated. It was a great day of live fire scenarios. Lincoln maintained crews in station along with Truck 75 Mt. Joy to cover the Boro and surrounding areas. ... See MoreSee Less
Thoughts and prayers to Garden Spot Fire and Rescue on the loss of one of their members. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Firefighter Rick Pomeroy III and Wife Florence on the birth of their baby boy Richard Pomeroy (the fourth). ... See MoreSee Less
Last evening crews went over search and rescue and also RIT scenarios (rescuing downed firefighter). This is a lead up to a live drill with smoke being planned for next Tuesday at the training center. This was also the 1st official time we utilized our new props built by Zachary Gehman for his Eagle Scout Project. Lincoln had 24 Volunteers at the training. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job, Zach!!
Well done Zach! Great Job!!
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
Thank you for serving us!
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
Stop in and visit us this Saturday 10am to 2pm at our annual Open House. ... See MoreSee Less