New Rescue 16 getting ready for its fresh new coat of red paint. After a week and a half of prep work, painting started today and if all goes well the painting and putting back together process should be completed by end of day Friday. ... See MoreSee Less
Can’t wait to see the new rescue 16 in services
Where’s it getting done
Who is painting it?
Rescue 16 with crew of 8 currently assisting Station 19 Schoeneck on a 2nd alarm barn fire in West Cocalico Twp. ... See MoreSee Less
Good that the wind died down.
that was a bad fire
6 days ago
On Wednesday April 3 Engine 15-1 & Rescue 16 along with EMS were sent to Route 222SB in Ephrata Township for a Vehicle Accident W/ Entrapment. Police & EMS arrived reporting one truck off the roadway with heavy entrapment and determined the driver to be Class 4. Rescue 16 W/8 arrived right behind Engine 15-1 and both crews went to work stabilizing the truck and extricating the passenger. Crews used numerous hydraulic spreaders, cutters, and rams to free the patient in 34 minutes from our arrival. Rescue 13 Denver also assisted on scene with the extrication as the 2nd due rescue was requested shortly after our arrival. Great teamwork by all units operating on this difficult incident. ... See MoreSee Less
What's class 4???
3 weeks ago
At 4:30am this morning Station 16 was dispatched to the Cloister Shopping Center for a vehicle fire. PD arrived on scene saying they had a fully involved vehicle which Deputy 16 arrived and confirmed the report. Engine 16-2 arrived and pulled two handlines to extinguish the fire. Engine 16-1 arrived and prepared to supply Engine 16-2 with water if needed and its manpower assisted with overhaul. Cause of fire was candle lit in vehicle that spread to interior contents in passenger area. ... See MoreSee Less
This is sad that it was a homeless person. Lost their car and their "home"
So sorry.Thank you for serving.
Kory Bailey candle lit😂😂
Saw this yesterday morning coming home from ECH. CAR. was still smoking.
Do was this a homeless persons place to sleep? And a candle was giving a bit of heat in the car??? Hope he or she got out safe and are able to find a safe place to sleep if that's the case
Saw them towing away this morning.
Oh no almost burned the beet sigh
Last night crews were back out training for the second night in a row at Durlach Mt. Airy Fire Company acquired structure. Crews worked on firefighting and Rescue/RIT skills. Lincoln had 23 volunteers attend the training. Thanks to Station 14 for the invite. ... See MoreSee Less
Last evening 14 members participated in drills at an acquired structure. Crews went over search and rescue, forcible entry, and some laddering. Thanks to Durlach Mt. Airy Fire Company for the invite. Schoeneck Fire Company and Neptune Fire Company from Richland participated as well. ... See MoreSee Less
glad to see fire co's still work together
Another Sunday afternoon and Engine 16-1 with 7 volunteers is out working on driver training and prepping five students for their EVOC practical next Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less
Last evening Engine 16-2 with crew of 7 stood by for Akron Fire Company so their members could attend their banquet. No calls were answered during our time spent up on the hill. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning at 0313, Engine 15-1 & Rescue Engine 16-2 were dispatched for an Automatic Fire Alarm at the Hampton Inn and Suites. Police arrived on scene and reported a smoke condition from a water pump that had burned up and LCWC upgraded the assignment bringing Engine 16-1 & Rescue 16. Engine 16-2 arrived second and staged at the hydrant while Rescue 16 first arriving special sevice and Engine 16-1 4th arriving engine staged on E. Main Street. A smoke condition was found on all floors and after investigating it was determined that smoke had traveled from the basement through the elevator shaft to all the floors of the hotel. Units remained on scene for approximately 2 hours to ventilate the structure. Lincoln had 24 volunteers on scene. ... See MoreSee Less
good turn out
Rescue Engine 16-2 out this afternoon flowing some water. ... See MoreSee Less
Today 12 Lincoln Volunteers are at Garden Spot Fire Rescue taking a leadership course called "Step Up Your TeamWork" presented by Frank Viscuso. ... See MoreSee Less
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Akron Fire Co. and the family of their Past Chief Richard “Ronald” Reich. Rest Easy ... See MoreSee Less
Thoughts and prayers go out his family. My mother knew Ronnie growing up and were classmates
Last evening for training crews reviewed some rope and confine space equipment. Lincoln had 25 volunteers attend the training. ... See MoreSee Less
good turn out
On this sunny brisk Sunday afternoon five new prospective drivers were out preparing for an upcoming EVOC course that they will be taking. ... See MoreSee Less
always good to have extra drivers espically during the day
Strong work! Preparation breeds success!
Starting to make some progress with work being done on new rescue and on equipment mounting. The new rescue will be at Fire Line Equipment for two more weeks for mounting before heading off for paint and lettering in the month of April. Stay tuned for more updates as things progress. ... See MoreSee Less
Like seeing those gold struts! Looks great!
Today, the Lincoln Fire Company Station 16 partnered with Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company, Akron Volunteer Fire Company, Durlach/Mt. Airy Fire Company, Ephrata Area School District and Mainspring of Ephrata at the Ephrata High School Student Job and Internship Fair.
This fair provided opportunities for EHS students to meet with prospective employees and organizations looking for student volunteers.
The fire companies meet with many students giving them information on how they can make a difference in their communities right now.
Hopefully the students we saw today will be the responders to your emergencies tomorrow.
For more information on volunteering please email email@example.com or fill out an interest and information sheet on becomeafirefighter.org. ... See MoreSee Less
start them young any girls talk to you\s
Price Reduced!!! $255,000 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 $255,000 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
Ken Hopkins Jr. Kenny Hopkins III 👀👀👀
If I’d have only known last week. Just picked one up over the weekend for joy riding.
Looking a little bit better
Il give you $50
Josh Robison getting closer to price range lol
Saturday morning eight members of the new Rescue 16 committee traveled to Fire Line Equipment to go over equipment mounting with their staff. The new Rescue 16 will spend the next several weeks there getting equipment mounted before heading for paint and lettering. ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue 16 with a crew of 8 assisted Station 14 on this incident this morning.At 06:41 hrs we were alerted to a vehicle accident on the Pa Turnpike Eastbound mile post 284.7 involving 2 tractor trailers. Soon after Engine 14-1 responded the Turnpike advised there was entrapment so Rescue 16 (Lincoln Fire Co)and Tanker 14 were added to the box. Deputy 14 arrived on location and confirmed 1 Driver was confined. Engine 21-1 (Brickerville Fire Co)
was also dispatched to assist.
Thanks to everyone for their assistance.
We were in service about 2 hrs! ... See MoreSee Less
This morning at 11AM Rescue 16 was dispatched as part of the 1st alarm assignment to assist Station 28 on a house fire. Rescue 16 arrived with crew of 7 and was assigned RIT. Crews stood by in RIT for about 4 hours before being told to stand down. Crews then assisted with some overhaul and cleanup. Also during the incident Deputy Chief Gehman was assigned to be the Safety Officer and Firefighter Gockley assisted Command 28 at the Command Post. ... See MoreSee Less