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Welcome to the Official Website for the Lincoln Fire Company of Ephrata, PA
“Protectors of the West Side”

“It shall be the mission of the Lincoln Fire Company No. 1 of Ephrata, PA to anticipate and provide safe, appropriate and professional response to fire, rescue, hazardous materials and environmental emergencies needed by our dynamic community. We shall be Volunteers, dedicated to minimizing loss from these emergencies through fire suppression, training, public education, investigation and innovative programs.”

No Caption Tonight the Lincoln Volunteers and Station 15 Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company joined together to train jointly on water rescue

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 27

Crews went over the new boat trailer, inflatable boat and paddling, and MCP. Both stations have to committed to joint training the 4th Tuesday of each month.... (Full Story & Photos)

Last night, the members of the Fire Company gathered for our annual banquet

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 25

Members were awarded longevity and special recgonition awards.

Thank you to Denver Fire Company Station 13 and Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company for having crews on standby and covering our 1st due so our members could enjoy the evening.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 17

Over the last few days local businesses, churches, and community members stepped up and really showed support. Large incidents like this are not common, and all of the responders onscene were grateful for everything our community did. Please know that every donut, gatorade, cup of coffee, pizza, sandwich, etc. was greatly appreciated.

Quite a few of you have asked how you can donate further to ... (Full Story & Photos)

On Thursday February 15 just before 4am Station 16 along with mutual aid departments were dispatched to Martins Country Market for a building fire

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 16

Within minutes chief officers from Lincoln arrived with smoke showing from the bravo and charlie side of the building, but no visible fire. Initially an interior attack was attempted but crews were pulled soon after making entry. The first two pictures taken below were from about 5 minutes after the arrival of the first engine and truck company. You can see the rapid fire growth and why the fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption We are back at the site of Martin's Country Market putting out a few hot spots in the building

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 16

Assisting us are:
Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company
Durlach/Mt. Airy Fire Company
Schoeneck Fire Company
Stevens Fire Company... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 16-1 along with mutual aid are still operating in the 1700 block of W

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 15

Main Street at Martin's Country Market. The Lincoln Volunteers along with others have now been in service for over 16 hours operating on this incident. We would like to thank all of our mutual aid and the local community for their support today.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Our crews have departed the scene of a commercial fire in the 1700 block of West Main Street

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 15

We expect there tp be flare ups from hot spots and smoke from the debris. Crews will be at station for the next several hours cleaning hose and equipment, making sure we are ready for the next call.

A huge THANK YOU to the numerous community members and businesses that have given us support throughout the day.

We will post more about the incident in the coming days.... (Full Story)

Yesterday morning, the Lincoln Fire Company was dispatched to assist Ephrata Pioneer Fire Company on a potential gas leak in Ephrata Township

Lincoln Fire Company Station 16, February 09

Engine 16-2 responded with a crew of 5 and staged while Squad 15-1 investigated the leak. . Shortly after returning to Station, Engine 16-1 and Rescue 16 were dispatched on the second alarm assignment for a dwelling Fire in Warwick Township. Engine 16-1 responded with a crew of 5, followed by Rescue 16 with a crew of 5.

Engine 16-1 arrived on location and was assigned to the water supply operation, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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