4 days ago
Thanks to all the Veterans that have served. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
If you’re out Trick or Treating tonight be sure to stop by the station and say hi to your local volunteers. We will have candy and fire prevention material to hand out. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Our thoughts and prayers to the Warwick Community and the 1st responders that responded on this tragic incident. ... See MoreSee Less
Praying for you all God Bless You
Ephrata district please wear red on Tuesday to show your support!!!!!
Prayers so sad!!
3 weeks ago
Yesterday Engine 16-1 & Rescue 16 were dispatched to assist Station 15 on an apartment fire with possible entrapment. Rescue 16 with 8 arrived and quickly started conducting an aggressive primary search with other units as not all residents were accounted for while the engine companies initiated an interior attack. Crews encountered heavy fire conditions above them during the search and were soon pulled out by Command as the roof started to collapse. Engine 16-1 & Engine 16-2 (working fire dispatch) crews assisted with hand lines and then overhaul. There were no reported injuries to any firefighters or residents. Traffic 16 assisted with traffic control. Crews were on scene for almost 6 hours. ... See MoreSee Less
God Bless all the first responders for everything they do 👨🚒💕👩🚒🚒🚒
Thank you for all you do
great job guys
Thank you for all you do so tirelessly!
A big thank you to your company and surrounding companies for all you do. My dad ran with pioneer for 25+ years. It hits home when I see devastating fires like this.
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 added 12 new photos.
1 month ago
The last 36 hours have been busy for the Lincoln Volunteers. Thursday morning at 7:30 the Rescue was alerted to assist Station 15 on an accident with reported entrapment. Just before the rescue arrived we were placed available as patient self extricated. The company would handle 3 more calls for the day an automatic alarm, cardiac arrest, and another accident. Thursday evening we traveled to a local farm for the 4th and final night of farm and tractor rescue class. 23 volunteers completed the class. Overnight the Rescue was back on the street assisting Station 15 again at Ephrata Manor on an automatic alarm. Friday 9 Volunteers spent the day doing fire prevention and then Friday evening 5 Volunteers washed all the apparatus to prepare for our open house tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for doing such an awesome job!! Much appreciation & respect for the life saving work our first responders do. 💞
Thank you for all you do. And caring for others. God Bless you all!
Thanks to all the volunteers for all the time and energy you give to the community!!
Busy helpers always, God bless you .
Thank you all so much... God Bless...
1 month ago
Stop by Saturday and see us during our annual open house. 10AM to 2PM ... See MoreSee Less
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 added 7 new photos.
1 month ago
Tonight for training the Lincoln Volunteers are completing night 3 of farm & tractor rescue. Over 20 Volunteers are completing the training. ... See MoreSee Less
This week is fire prevention week and a good time to practice your fire safety plans. Check your smoke and CO detector batteries and practice your fire exit plan. Also stop by our open house this Saturday from 10AM to 2PM at the station.
Sparky The Fire Dog
#FirePreventionWeek is here! This year’s FPW campaign, “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” works to educate people about three basic but essential steps to take to reduce the likelihood of having a fire––and how to escape safely in the event of one. Learn more: www.nfpa.org/fpw ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Lieutenant Logan Weaver and Wife Emily on their marriage this past Saturday. Wishing you many years of happiness together. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats and God bless your love always <3 <3
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 added 5 new photos.
2 months ago
On Tuesday around 7:15am Rescue 16 was requested as the 2nd due rescue to assist the Denver Fire Company on a vehicle accident with entrapment on the PA Turnpike. Denver fire was on scene with a car versus tractor trailer and 3 trapped in the car. Rescue 16 entered the PA Turnpike at the Sandy Hill Rd. gate and went eastbound. Just prior to Rescue 16 arrival, Denver Fire had extricated 2 of the 3 patients. Rescue 16 arrived and crews from both rescue companies worked together to extricate the 3rd patient. Luckily everyone suffered non life threatening injuries. Great job by everyone on the scene that helped to make this outcome a positive one. ... See MoreSee Less
great teamwork. a miracle injuries weren't worse.
These men and women are true hero's!! Thank you for all you do!!! 💞
How the hell did they survive! 😳
WHOA! Hands of God we’re protecting those people! So glad they are okay and Thank Goodness for you First Responders! 💗
Jesus, take the wheel. I'm glad they're all alive. Nothing short of a miracle.
Chris Lokey this is what shut down the turnpike the other day thank God everyone was ok
How did anyone survive that!?!?!
This lady should be locked up for endangering the 2 young kids in that car. She was cited for speeding. The truck was in the right lane doing 59 mph when she hit him
On Tuesday 9/18 for training the Lincoln Volunteers traveled to a local farm to do some rescue training. The night focused on lifting a piece of farm machinery to rescue someone trapped under it. Crews repeated the scenario five times and each time had to lift with a different piece of equipment kept on Rescue 16. A total of 28 members participated in the training. ... See MoreSee Less
I am constantly amazed at your expertise in keeping us safe. Thank you!
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 added 4 new photos.
2 months ago
Tuesday afternoon soon after 5PM the Lincoln Fire Company along with surrounding mutual aid was dispatched to the 1400 block of W. Main St. for a reported house fire. Assistant 16 arrived finding a small stove fire that was out. Engine 16-1 and Rescue 16 confirmed the fire was out and ventilated the smoke from the house. As units were clearing the house fire Rescue 16 was added to a vehicle accident being upgraded with entrapment in Ephrata Pioneer Fire Co. first due. Rescue 16 arrived and along with the crew from Engine 15-1 stabilized the vehicle and had the patient extricated in under 10 minutes. Traffic 16 provided traffic control at both incidents. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all you do
I always support first responders!! They are the first on site. Kudos to these amazing men & women.
On Tuesday Sept. 11 the Lincoln Volunteers traveled to Shady Maple Smorgasbord for dinner and a night of fellowship. Shady Maple handed out meal vouchers to local emergency services in the area to show their appreciation. Lincoln chose to go as a group on our training night so the members could spend some time together while not running calls and training. We would like to thank Shady Maple Smorgasbord for this very generous gift for our members. We would also like to thank Akron Fire Company, Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company, and Durlach Mt. Airy Fire Company for covering us while our members enjoyed a few hours away from our 1st due area. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for all you do for the communities. Be safe and God Bless.
That was a nice gesture on Shady Mcaple's behalf. You guys deserve it and so much more! Thanks for being our protectors oo the West side of town1
Thank you all for all you do!!!
Very nice Rob Coleman😊
Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 added 2 new photos.
2 months ago
Out with old and in with the new. With our newest round of gear coming in we have switched our spec of Morning Pride gear over to black. It will take several years for all 50+ sets of turn out gear to be rotated to the new black. ... See MoreSee Less
Just curious, what are you doing with the old beige sets?
We shall never forget this tragic day. Prayers to all the families that were effected that day and that continue to be today. ... See MoreSee Less
God bless our first responders!
Never forget all the brave men and women who lost their lives helping others on that horrific day. Peace be 👃😢👃😭
Congratulations to Rick Pomeroy and wife Florence on their big day yesterday. We wish you many years of happiness together. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to the Ephrata Mounts Football Team on their win today. Great job!!! Photo from Ephrata Review. ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
This past Tuesday around 11PM the calls started coming and wouldn't stop. The company would handle 14 calls over the next 24 hours consisting of water rescues, investigations, and pump details. The company also loaned one water rescue member to help staff Boat 15 which was also very busy running many calls. Pictured on this call three water rescue members enter the flood waters to rescue someone who drove into high water on Hackman Road. Remember "Turn Around Dont Drown". ... See MoreSee Less
Why oh why do people always do this?!? Oh, that's right, everyone is in such a hurry to get who knows where that they can't take the time to turn around and go another way. News flash: it's gonna take hours even days until your car can be removed from the 4 ft. of water you were in such a hurry to drive into! And yes you will be the butt of many jokes and laughed at by many!!! 😂😂😂
Thank you for all of your hard work and time
Thank you for your hard work god bless and keep you all safe
Thoughts and prayers to the Reese family, our brothers and sisters at Willow Street Fire Company, and his co-workers at LCWC. Thank you for your service Chief. ... See MoreSee Less