7 days ago
The new Rescue 16 made a pit stop on the way to Fire Line Equipment today at New Holland Ambulance to visit our Captain/Medic Laura Martin and the rest of their staff. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Over the past two weeks 23 of our active firefighters completed a 16 hour basic fire police class. Most of these individuals dont desire to be fire police as their primary function serving the department, but took the class so they have the proper training if ever needed to assist our fire police or a neighboring department on an incident. Thanks to all members for supporting this training and completing it. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for keeping us safe!
And one shoeneck firepolice attended. Lol
2 weeks ago
Monday night we were alerted for a vehicle accident with rollover. Rescue Engine 16-2 & Rescue 16 both staffed with 8 along with Chief and Deputy 16 arrived and controlled hazards and cleaned up the roadway. Patient was in care of EMS with minor injuries. ... See MoreSee Less
Where in Ephrata is this
Cheri Adams-Bakken Brad Bakken right in ephrata
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 shared a post.
3 weeks ago
Thoughts and Prayers to the John Weaver family and the Denver Fire Company. R.I.P. John, you will be missed.It is with heavy hearts that the Denver Fire Company announces the passing of past Fire Chief and current Company Vice President John K Weaver. John joined the Department in 1969 and held every Officer position including Fire Chief from 1989-1992 and Company President in 2000. He was a PA State Fire Instructor for many years and most recently served as one of our primary Drivers. John was very instrumental in building our Department to what it is today. Thank You for everything you have done for the Department and its Firefighters. We want to offer our sincere condolences to his wife, Yvonne and their children.
Rest Easy my Friend...We'll take it from here.
At the request of the family they would like a Fireman's Funeral. Services will be held at Muddy Creek Lutheran Church, 11 South Muddy Creek Rd, Denver, PA. A viewing will be held on Tuesday, January 29th from 6:00 - 8:00 PM with a Masonic Service at 7:30 PM. A viewing will also be held on Wednesday, January 30th from 9:00 - 10:30 AM with Funeral Services and Interment immediately following.
Fire Departments wishing to bring apparatus, please contact Chief Shannon Hilton at (717) 278-6723 to make arrangements. ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry for your loss
Rip John....thoughts and prayers for the weaver family and friends
3 weeks ago
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 $285,000 Negotiable
Lincoln Fire Company Has The Right To Reject Any/All Offers
Contact Deputy Fire Chief James Gehman at 717-733-6214 or email@example.com for more info. ... See MoreSee Less
Chance Watro Lindsey DeLattre tell Dwayne to get it back in madera
James Henry Harrison Jr Greg Berezovske Jr. let’s get it lol
That price tag tho 😬
Anybody know the dimensions?
Brenda AndJohn Conyn
Am one of the old guys seen it brand new in Madera
Please support our 2018 fund drive. If you received our notice in the mail you are located in our primary response area. We serve parts of Ephrata Boro, Ephrata Township, & Clay Township. There is no direct fire tax that goes towards our operations. Over 80% of our annual operating funds come from you and your neighbors. To date only 20% have returned their donation. That means one out of five households/businesses have donated, but yet all rely on our help when needed. Your donation is greatly appreciated by the Volunteers of the Lincoln Fire Company of Ephrata, PA. ... See MoreSee Less
Glad to help
2018? Last i checked it was 2019
Most fire companies in the US are volunteer. Please support them.
With temperatures only reaching the mid-teens today, we ask that you bring your pets inside, check on your neighbors, and limit your time outside. Frostbite, and hypothermia can happen quickly with these low temperatures. If you need to go out remember to dress in layers. ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday night Captain/Paramedic Laura Martin lead training conducting several stations of medical training. Stations consisted of patient packaging, CPR/AED/Air ways, bandaging/splinting, and taking patient vitals. Like alot of companies Lincoln has seen a steady increase in medical type calls. Lincoln had 27 members at the training. ... See MoreSee Less
Very proud of my hometown firehouse!!! You folks continue to buck the trend in volunteerism, which has seen sharp declines across the country! Keep up the strong work!!!
The new Rescue 16 arrived tonight from Hazle Twp. Crews will spend the next few months completing driver training and equipment mounting. The new rescue will also be painted red during that time to match the current fleet. A tentative in service date is planned for sometime in May. ... See MoreSee Less
Is TFD buying ?
Congratulations may it serve your community for many years.
Will it be painted to match the fleet?
Nice rig. Selling the old one?
Congratulations on your new Rescue
Congrats cant wait to train With it
Is Hazle Township getting a new rescue? I didn't think this rig was that old
The Lincoln Fire Co. Is pleased to announce we have entered into an agreement to purchase a 2014 KME Rescue from Hazle Township Fire Rescue. More details will be released as decisions are made and in service date, etc. By purchasing this unit it allows us to receive a larger unit which is also 10 years newer than our current 2004 KME Rescue all while saving the community money by buying a used vehicle. The current Rescue 16 will be placed for sale in the near future. ... See MoreSee Less
My question is why are they selling it when it's only 4 yrs old and I'm sure it get used quite a bit?
Love the color
Guess the Seagrave heavy rescue will be on order?
Congrats! And best of luck!
W Geoffrey Miller. 8
Tony Todd, here's the proof...
This rescue will serve you well
Cześć może twoja maszyna
Hope you have it repainted !!
I need to got down there before you guys sell the old one, never got pictures of it!
Don't understand recent purchases by Hazle. They have an Apparatus replacement plan in which they sell new rigs to buy old ones?
Nice piece of apparatus Hope it serves you guys well
It truely is an awesome rescue!!! This truck will serve you well!!! Congratulations!!!
And our E-One sits in parking lot rotting away!
Congrats. Is there a repaint in the future also??
that's the truck I seen driving in our neighborhood, I was trying to figure out where hazel was. test drive ?
Early Saturday morning Rescue 16 was alerted to assist Station 29 on Route 222 NB with a vehicle accident with entrapment. Rescue 16 staffed with 8 Volunteers arrived and split crews with some assisting Station 29 crews on removing doors, roof, and lifting dash on red car while the remaining worked to remove the driver side doors and B-Post on the white truck. Excellent job by all crews on scene had the patients in care of EMS with-in 30 minutes. ... See MoreSee Less
WOW Prayers to all involved
Prayers going out to all involved
Prayers to those involved.
Prayers to all involved.
Excellent team approach. Task driven. Splitting up crews like that. Shrewsbury’s squad crews used to do a similar tactic.
Prayers for all
Pray everybody's okay
Prayers to those involved
Great job all on the scene
Happy New Year from your Lincoln Fire Company Volunteers!!!
Here are our operations officers for 2019.
Fire Chief: Richard Gehman
Deputy Chief: James Gehman
Assistant Chief: Matt Showalter
Captain 16-1: Richard Ritter
Captain 16-2: Aaron Martin
Captain 16-3: Brian Carpenter
Captain 16-4: Laura Martin
Lieutenant 16-1: John Coleman Jr.
Lieutenant 16-2: Brian Zimmerman
Lieutenant 16-3: Logan Weaver
Lieutenant 16-4: Clyde Zimmerman
Chief Engineer: Robert Coleman
Assistant Engineer: Lee Showalter
Fire Safety Specialist: Randy Gockley
Fire Police Captain: Craig Bouder
Fire Police Lieutenant: Keith Allen
Fire Police Sergeant: Tim Showalter
Would also like to thank Lee Showalter for his service as he stepped down from the Deputy Chief position after serving in that role for 26 years. He will serve as assistant engineer in 2019. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for your service everyone
Thank you for your service!
Congratulations to all
Congrats to all
Thank you le
Congrats Lee Showalter on a job well done you will enjoy retiring the position believe me
Thank you for all you do. Congrats
Thank you for all you do!!
Congratulations to all.
Thank you for your unselfish commitment to keep us all safe
Stay safe brothers !!
Thanks to all for u service's and a happy New Year to all
So last night as our Christmas party was ending Station 16 was dispatched to assist Station 15 on a house fire. Engine 16-1 arrived and pulled a backup line to assist interior crews. Rescue 16 conducted a primary search and Engine 16-2 laid supply line for Engine 12-2 and the crew setup RIT. Traffic 16 and Squad 16 assisted with traffic control. Lincoln had 36 volunteers on scene assisting in some capacity. ... See MoreSee Less
This is a Homes for Hope home. They helped my son and I out last year. They’re good people with big hearts. Sorry this happened to this organization.
Prayers to the victims
A tragic thing to happen right before Christmas but unfortunately more fires during Christmas
Hope everyone is safe and ok
Last night members from Lincoln Fire and Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company took a break from training and got together for a night of fellowship and fun before the holidays. A great time was had by all. Also 6 members traveled to Durlach Mt Airy Fire Company for their annual banquet and enjoyed a great meal and fellowship. We look forward to working together with both departments in 2019. ... See MoreSee Less
The last 10 days have been busy for the Lincoln Volunteers. We have answered 19 calls for service ranging from investigations, vehicle accidents, medical calls, chimney fire, and an attic fire. Also on Saturday 12/8 14 members attended a Fireground Tactics class and on Tuesday 12/11 28 members attended a trench rescue awareness class held at our station. Finally this past Saturday 15 members helped take Santa around our 1st due district. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to all the Lincoln Volunteers who helped take our special visitor around the Lincoln area today. ... See MoreSee Less
your welcome I love doing this
It is so nice that you do this each year!
The Lincoln Volunteers are out with a special visitor today visiting developments in our 1st due area. ... See MoreSee Less
Our kids were pleasantly surprised, thank you!
The Squad looks good, sure do miss it
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 shared a post.
2 months ago
Please keep your tree watered this holiday season so we dont have to water it for you.
Sparky The Fire Dog
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission shared their latest dry vs. well-watered Christmas tree comparison burn video. A dry Christmas tree burns faster than newspaper. Keep your tree well watered this holiday season. More tips: www.nfpa.org/holiday ... See MoreSee Less
This morning the full station responded to assist Station 15 on a working house fire in the Boro. Rescue 16 and Engine 16-1 assisted with fire attack and searching. The Rescue Engine provided RIT while the Traffic unit assisted with traffic control. Great job to all companies on scene. Lincoln had 34 volunteers assisting at the fire scene. ... See MoreSee Less
Wow - 34 volunteers! Great job!
Great job. What street, not able to tell from photos?
Today 14 Lincoln Volunteers attended a seminar on fire-ground tactics at the Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center. The 8 hour course was taught by retired FDNY Special Operations Chief John Norman. Today's training covered fire tactics at residential and commercial properties. ... See MoreSee Less