Friday, November 8, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS10/8 4:20 pm Vehicle Accident involving horse and buggy; 700 block of Rettew Mill Rd.Ephrata Twp. – no injuries10/9 12:07 am Public Service; 446 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata Twp.Cleaning person stuck in elevator10/10 4:23 pm 827 E. Newport Rd., Warwick Twp. – Assist Brunnerville – Recalled10/11 12:54 pm Dwelling Fire; 1883 Sanctuary Rd., Penn Twp. – Assist Penryn10/11 2:07 pm Dwelling Fire; 226 Linda Terrace, Boro – Assist Pioneer10/14 7:44 am Investigation; 113 Meadow Valley Rd., Ephrata Twp. – Steam from dryer10/24 11:19 am Vehicle Accident; Sharp Ave. and W. Main St., Clay Twp.11/1 10:20 am Medical Assist; 1214 Marilyn Ave., Boro11/1 6:18 pm Automatic Alarm; 901 Dawn Ave., Boro – False Malfunction11/2 6:36 am Vehicle Accident with entrapment; PA Turnpike near Interchange, EastCocalico Twp. – Assist Denver Fire Co.11/3 10:42 am Vehicle Accident with injuries; Springville & Schoeneck Rds., Ephrata Twp.11/4 12:11 pm Vehicle Accident with injuries; 1900 block of W. Main St., Clay Twp.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS 9/19 5:40 am Fire Police; Rt. 222 & Spur Rd., E. Cocalico Twp.-Assist ReamstownIn Service 4 hours9/20 5:52 pm Vehicle Accident; Meadow Valley Rd. and Rt. 272, Ephrata Twp.-Assist Pioneer – Recalled9/25 6:30 pm Standby; W. Main & Fulton Sts. Boro – Ephrata ParadeIn service 3 hours9/27 2:19 pm Vehicle Accident with entrapment; 1300 block Pleasantview Rd., Clay Twp. – Remove seat in one vehicle and a door on another9/30 8:19 am Automatic Alarm; 25 Wissler Rd., Clay Twp. – False9/30 5:29 pm Automatic Alarm; 25 Wissler Rd., Clay Twp. - False10/1 3:46 pm Motorcycle Accident; Academy Dr. and W. Main St., Boro10/1 5:50 pm Building Fire; 598 Trout Run Rd., Ephrata Twp. – smoke in building10/2 7:28 am Vehicle Accident with entrapment; Lauber Rd. and Rt. 272Assist W. Earl Fire Co. – Door removal10/2 1:18 pm Grain Bin Fire; 44 N. 3rd St., Denver Borough-Assist Denver (see separate article and photos)10/2 1:48 pm Vehicle Accident; 1060 S. State St., Boro – Assist Pioneer – Recalled10/4 5:24 pm Cardiac Arrest, 510 W. Trout Run Rd., Ephrata Twp.10/6 9:33 pm Apartment Building; 117 Meadow Valley Rd., Apartment 4, Ephrata Twp.Unattended cooking created smoke condition10/7 7:03 am Vehicle Accident; Market St. and Rettew Mill Rd., Ephrata Twp.10/7 3:24 pm Vehicle Accident with entrapment, Newport and Cocalico Creek Rd.Assist W. Earl Fire Co. – Door removal on mini-van
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Engine 16-1 assisted the Denver Fire Co. on a grain bin fire at Gehman’s Feed Mill. The elevated master stream on the Engine was used to assist in controlling the fire. Lincoln firefighters were in service 4 ½ hours.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Recent Incidents9/4 4:28 pm Vehicle Accident; 1600 block of W. Main St., BoroPole down with road closure – In service 3 hrs.9/6 10:45 am Automatic Alarm; 1307 Apple St., Boro – Accidental False9/6 11:56 pm Vehicle Accident with entrapment; 295 Wood Corner Rd., Clay Twp.Extricate driver and passenger – Standby 2 ½ hrs.One fatality9/12 12:48 pm Oil Spill- 1 mile stretch of Rettew Mill Rd., Ephrata Twp.Disposal truck ruptured hydraulic line – Assisted by Lancaster CountyHaz Mat – In service 2 ½ hours9/13 6:46 am Automatic Alarm; 258 Fieldcrest Lane, Ephrata Twp. – False9/14 1:05 pm Vehicle Accident; W. Main St. and Wissler Rd., Clay Twp.reported injury with fluid spill
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS 8/18 9:58 pm Mobile Home fire; Weidler Lane, Warwick Twp.Assist Rothsville Fire Co.8/19 7:21 pm Building Fire; 314 Spring Glen Rd., Ephrata Twp.Assist Pioneer8/19 8:33 pm Animal Rescue; 106 Park Ave., Boro Assist Pioneer – Young cat in a tree8/22 2:58 am Barn Fire; 1136 E. Newport Rd., Warwick Twp. Assist Rothsville – in service 3 hoursProvided Rapid Intervention Team (RIT)8/23 6:13 am Vehicle Accident; 900 block of Pleasantview Rd., BoroWith injury8/25 3:06 am Medical Assist; 335 Wood Corner Rd., Clay Twp. Assist EMS – Reported Cardiac Arrest8/26 2:35 pm Vehicle Accident; Royer and Meadow Valley Rd., Ephrata Twp.2 vehicles with injury8/30 4:38 pm Kerosene Spill; Ridge Ave and E. Main St., Boro Fire Police assist8/31 5:32 pm Dwelling Fire; 453 S. State St., Boro Assist Pioneer Fire Co. with extinguishment and RIT9/1 7:23 pm Vehicle Accident; 100 block of Schoeneck Rd., Ephrata Twp.3 vehicles with injury9/2 7:47 am Cardiac Arrest; 1414 Apple St.Assist EMS
Friday, August 16, 2013
LINCOLN FIRE CO. INCIDENTS7/30 8:33 am Vehicle Accident; 1820 W. Main St., Clay Twp.Reported injuries7/30 11:05 pm Cardiac Arrest; 2078 W. Main St., Clay Twp.Assist EMS8/1 2:09 pm Vehicle Accident; W. Main St. and Wood Corner Rd., Clay Twp.8/6 1:26 pm Vehicle Accident; 1900 block of W. Main St., Clay Twp.5 injuries8/8 6:20 pm Search Detail; Pumping Station Rd., Elizabeth Twp.-Assist Brickerville8/9 8:16 pm Vehicle Accident-Entrapment; Pointview Ave and Parkview Heights Rd.Car into building - Assist Pioneer8/9 8:52 pm Dwelling Fire; 22 Lake St., Boro-Assist Pioneer8/10 4:46 pm Cardiac Arrest; 130 S. Academy Dr., Boro-Assist EMS8/11 10:45 pm Transformer Fire; Grandview Dr., Boro - Weather related8/13 3:28 pm Water Rescue; Rothsville and Cocalico Rds., Warwick Twp.Assist Rothsville - canceled enroute
Photo by Ephrata PD
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS 7/18 5:11 pm Automatic Alarm; Ephrata Hospital, Boro Assist Pioneer7/22 2:23 pm Mulch Fire; 370 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata Twp. Cause– Discarded cigarette7/23 2:05 pm Dwelling fire; 50 N. Church St., West Earl Twp.Canceled enroute7/25 4:52 pm Vehicle Accident; 825 W. Main St., Borowith injuries7/25 7:33 pm Vehicle Accident; 25 S. Academy Dr., Boro – with injuries and entrapmentRescue Operation of two patients greater than 1 hourOne patient required helicopter transport to trauma center
Thursday, July 18, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS 7/8 5:48 pm Vehicle Accident; Meadow Valley and Royer Rds., Ephrata Twp.With injuries7/9 9:37 am Vehicle Accident; Meadow Valley and Royer Rds., Ephrata Twp.Spill Control7/9 11:14 pm Brush Fire; 977 Rettew Mill Rd., Ephrata Twp.Trash fire burning after dark7/9 11:34 pm Cardiac Arrest; 366 Royer Rd., Ephrata Twp. – Assist EMS7/10 9:57 pm Vehicle Accident; Sharp Ave. and W. Main St., Clay Twp. Oil leak in storm drain7/15 3:07 am Bicyclist Struck; 2000 block of W. Main St., Clay Twp.Assist with traffic control7/15 10:47 am Dwelling Fire; 145 W. Sunset Ave., Boro – Assist Pioneer Fire Co.
Thursday, July 11, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS 7/1 12:35 pm Vehicle Fire; 1200 block of W. Main St., Boro - Damage $2,000.00 Cause: gas leak7/1 2:27 pm Vehicle Accident; S. Reading Rd. Vehicle on its side – Window removal 7/2 12:32 pm Fire Police; 100 block of Wissler Rd., Clay Twp. – Wires pulled down by truck7/2 2:18 pm Automatic alarm; 25 Wissler Rd., Clay Twp. – Power outage7/3 9:30 am Automatic Alarm; 25 Wissler Rd., Clay Twp. – Accidental False7/3 10:04 am Public Service; Hackman Rd. near Hoover Dr., Clay Twp. – ducklings in storm Drain7/4 12:55 pm Investigation; 4 Weaver Ave., Ephrata Twp. – Malfunctioning detectors7/4 5:14 pm Building Fire; 527 S. State St., Boro – Assist Pioneer Fire Co.7/4 8 pm Fireworks Standby; Lincoln Heights Park, BoroThanks also to the Mt. Airy, Pioneer Fire companies for their assistance, as wellas Ephrata Ambulance and Ephrata Police for making this a fun and safe community night
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
RECENT INCIDENTS End of June6/11 10:27 am Vehicle Accident; 1700 block of W. Main St., Ephrata Twp.Pole Damaged6/16 3:37 pm Barn Fire; 186 W. Metzler Rd.Assist West Earl Fire Co.6/25 2:32 pm Automatic Alarm; 295 Wood Corner Rd., Clay Twp. Accidental – False6/28 8:41 pm Dumpster Fire; 1 Dutchland Ave., Ephrata Twp. Undetermined Cause$500.00 damage to repair and repaintAt the mid-year point we have had 112 incidents which is 3 calls behind the same time last year.We want to acknowledge and congratulate 4 of our teenage firefighters who graduated from High School this month:Josiah Fegley, Matt Shirker, Eric Showalter and Emma WitenskiAlso, Eric Showalter received a $1,000.00 Scholarship from the Lancaster County Fire Chief’s Assn. and Compleat Restoration Company. Eric will be entering Millersville University this fall majoring in History. The Fire Chief’s Assn. and Compleat awarded (5) $1,000.00 scholarships to children of firefighters in the County. Thank you Fire Chiefs and Compleat Restoration for providing this program for those furthering their education.
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