Monday, February 11, 2013
INCIDENTS FOR THIS WEEK:Weekly Calls were 4 mutual aid runs, including a fatal accident and a CO Alarm:2/4Chimney Fire; 304 Vista Dr.Assist Pioneer with Engine 16-1 and Rescue2/6Dwelling Fire; 230 Boomerang Dr.Assist Pioneer with Engine 16-1 and Rescue2/6Mobile Home; 230 Hartings Park Rd., W. CocalicoAssist Schoeneck with Rescue for R.I.T.2/7Vehicle Accident with fatality, Rt. 222, near Peach Rd.Assist W. Earl Fire Co. with Rescue and Engine 16-22/10Carbon Monoxide Alarm; 2002 W. Main St.,Detector malfunction with Engine 16-1 and Rescue
Monday, February 4, 2013
INCIDENTS FOR THIS WEEK:Busy week includes 7 calls in a 24 hr. period (1/30 and 1/31) and two second alarm mutualaid responses.1/29Apartment Building; 70 E. Franklin St.Assist Pioneer Fire Co.1/30Vehicle Accident with confinement; Rt. 272 and Grandview Dr.3 vehicles with injuries1/30Vehicle Accident; W. Main and Market St.Reported injuries1/31Water Rescue; Rt. 322 and Cabin Rd.Assist Martindale with car in water1/31Automatic Alarm; 2010 W. Main St., Clay Twp.False-Testing system1/31Dwelling Fire; 499 Fruitville Pike, Penn Twp.Assist Manheim on 2nd alarm fire1/31Automatic Alarm; 240 N. Reading Rd.Malfunction (Twice during the day)1/31Dwelling Fire; 102 Third Ave.,Assist Pioneer2/3Dwelling Fire; 5 Pool Circle, Elizabeth Twp.Assist Brickerville 2nd alarm fire2/3Vehicle Accident with entrapment, Oregon PikeAssist West Earl – recalled enroute
Monday, January 28, 2013
INCIDENTS FOR THIS WEEK:1/21Commercial Building Fire; 151 Cocalico Creek Rd.Assist West Earl Fire Co.1/22Automatic Alarm; Ephrata Rec CenterFalse-Malfunction1/23Cardiac Arrest; 117 Meadow Valley Rd.Assist Ephrata Ambulance1/24Vehicle Accident; Rt. 272 & Dutchland Ave.Fire Police at accident with injuries1/26Cardiac Arrest; 1416 Lincoln Hghts. Ave.Assist Ephrata Ambulance1/28Vehicle Accident; Academy Dr. and Hammon Ave.With injuriesResponding to Reported Cardiac Arrests is an additional service provided by the Lincoln Fire Co. volunteers. This week there were two reported. Rescue 16, both engines and Squad 16 carry AED’s. Over 25 members are trained in CPR to assist Emergency Medical Services with anything from life saving functions, to moving furniture to get the litter in the house, to assisting in taking the patient down stairs. When a citizen is in full arrest, there is only 4 to 8 minutes to save the person’s life. By having a full response of the local Emergency Medical Services, police (who also carry AED’s and are trained in CPR) and the local fire company give the patient their best chance for survival. A cardiac arrest is a total Team effort to save a life.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
INCIDENTS TO BEGIN 20131/1Automatic Alarm; 258 Fieldcrest LaneFalseBuilding Fire; 55 W. Franklin St.Assist Pioneer Fire Co.1/11Tractor Trailer Accident, Rt. 222 near Peach Rd.Assist W. Earl Fire Co.1/15Vehicle Accident; 438 W. Trout Run Rd.Car into the porch of a building1/17Vehicle Accident; 100 block of S. Market St.Tractor trailer damaged pole1/18Vehicle Accident; 1000 block of W. Main St.With injuries1/19Standby; 3 ½ hours during Pioneer Fire Co. Banquet
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
12/23 Chimney Fire; 409 Washington Ave., BoroAssist Pioneer12/23 Investigation; 200 W. Burkholder Dr.; Clay Twp.Nearby target practice sounded like an explosion12/24 Truck Fire; 900 block of N. State St., Ephrata Twp.Assist Pioneer12/26 Wires Sparking; 1712 W. Main St., Ephrata Twp.Weather related12/27 Medical Assist; 5 Monroe Circle, Ephrata Twp.Reported cardiac arrest12/27 Dwelling Fire; 25 Marshal St., BoroAssist Pioneer12/28 Automatic Alarm; 517 W. Trout Run Rd., Ephrata Twp.False12/29 Automatic Alarm; 1390 W. Main St., BoroSmoke from cooking12/31 Vehicle Accident with injuries; Rt. 272 and Academy Dr.
Sunday, December 23, 2012
12/18 Vehicle Accident; Academy Dr. and Martin Ave., BoroReported with injuries12/18 Automatic alarm; 25 Wissler Rd., Clay Twp.false12/18 Building Fire; 891 E. Main St., Ephrata Twp.Assist Pioneer12/18 Automatic Alarm; 838 W. Main St., BoroBurned food on stove12/22 Building (Gazebo) Fire; 42 Mollie Dr., Clay Twp.Assist Mt. Airy canceled prior to arrival
Sunday, December 16, 2012
12/10 Structure Fire; 43 Mollie Dr.Assist Mt. Airy on fully engulfed outbuilding12/11 Automatic Alarm; Lincoln Christian Home 1307 Apple St.False – accidental12/11 Vehicle Accident; Hackman & Lincoln Gardens Rd.,Fire Police for traffic control12/13 Dwelling Fire; 45 N. Church Ave.Assist Pioneer Fire Co. – recalled prior to arrival12/14 Medical Assist; 797 Academy Heights Ave.12/15 Dwelling Fire; 1806 Brunnerville Rd.,Assist Brunnerville
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
11/12 Vehicle Accident, with reported injuriesN. Reading Rd. in front of the Burger King11/14 Person Struck; Martin Ave. and Rt. 27211/20 Apartment Building; 128 Hilldale Dr.No fire-Mistaken steam from a dryer vent11/23 Mobile Home; 200 W. Burkholder Dr., Clay Twp.Smoke from chimney11/24 Fire Police; 162 E. Church St., E. Cocalico Twp.Assist Reamstown on a vehicle accident11/26 Investigation; 1226 Hammon Ave., Ephrata Twp.Burned food in oven11/26 Cardiac Arrest; 2078 W. Main St., Clay Twp.11/27 Vehicle Accident with fire; 200 block of Schoeneck Rd.11/27 Standby; Denver Fire Station, Denver Boro11/27 Investigation; 50 Truman Dr., Ephrata Twp.Dectector malfunction11/29 Vehicle Accident; 440 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata Twp.Recalled11/29 Vehicle Accident with Confinement, 400 block of N. Reading Rd.,Assist Pioneer Fire Co. – removed rear passenger door to assess patient12/3 Dwelling Fire; 200 block of N. State St.Assist Pioneer Fire Co. – Recalled prior to arrival
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
11/3Investigation; 1500 block of W. Main St.Smoke odor due to starting up fund raising bar-b-que nearbyNo action required11/7Building Fire; 380 E. Main St.Engine 16-1 assisted Pioneer Fire Co.11/8Fire Police; shut down Rt. 501 at Rt. 322Assist Brickerville Fire Co. due to 10 acre woods fire11/8Engine Company standby in Brickerville Fire StationStandby for 2 hours11/10 Investigation; 200 W. Burkholder Dr., Lot 22Caller reported smoke in the area – Nothing found11/11 Investigation; 200 W. Burkholder Dr., Lot 7Concern of odor from kerosene heater
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
10/8Building Fire; 20 W. Main St.Sheldon’s GalleryFirefighters had just started a fire prevention program at the Springville MennoniteSchool, when we were dispatched to assist Pioneer Fire Co. on a building assignmentEngine 16-2’s crew pulled a line and worked with the Crew of E15-1 to locate theFire in the basement. Engine 16-1 laid the supply line and Rescue 16 established RITThe personnel from both companies worked together in ventilating the building.10/10Vehicle Accident; Newport & Cocalico Creek Rds.Reported entrapment – Rescue cancelled enroute10/17 Trash Fire; W. Main St. and Weidmansville Rd.Materials being burned were not legalOrdered extinguished10/22 Dwelling Fire; 146 E. Main St., BrownstownSmoke in the homeCancelled enrouteDetector activation; 26 Arrowhead Dr.False due to malfunction10/26 Automatic Alarm; 108 N. Reading Rd., Boro-Dispatch error – Security alarm went off and not fire alarm10/28 Hurricane Sandy Standby,Thank you to the 27 firefighters who stood by in station during the11 hour period. Fortunately, there were no calls.10/29 Water Rescue; Rt. 322 and Cabin Rd., Earl Twp.Assist Martindale Fire Co.
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