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Lincoln VFRC » 2012 » July
Lincoln Borough Volunteer Fire and Rescue Co #1, Allegheny County Pennsylvania

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July 28th, 2012 – The busy stretch continued today as shortly prior to 9am Lincoln 184/610, Liberty 183, and Elizabeth 139 were all alerted for another accident with rollover and entrapment on the Lincoln side of Lovedale Road between Mill Hill and Scott Street.  Again shortly after dispatch, the call was updated to notify us that there was no entrapment.  Engine 184, Rescue 183, Rescue 139, and QRS 139 all responded to the scene and setup traffic control and removed hazards.  There were no injuries at the scene.

July 28th, 2012 – A few minutes past midnight,  Lincoln 184/610, Liberty 183, and Elizabeth 139 crews were dispatched for a vehicle accident with entrapment on West Smithfield Street in Lincoln Borough.  Shortly after dispatch the call was updated to confirm there was no entrapment.  Upon the update, Chief 184 had Station 139 crews stand-by in station.

Engine 184 arrived on scene and found a vehicle off the roadway after failing to navigate a large curve.  Crews from Engine 184 and Rescue 183 setup traffic control, disconnected the battery, and stabilized the vehicle.  Service 183 blocked traffic at the top of West Smithfield.

The driver was transported to a Pittsburgh hospital by Elizabeth Twp EMS and all crews cleared after the vehicle was towed.

July 27th, 2012 – Lincoln VFRC was selected for the Judges Choice award at Liberty Borough’s 100th Anniversary parade.  Great job cleaning up the trucks and representing the department.

July 16th, 2012 – Crews were dispatched to Delrose Street in Liberty for a vehicle fire.  Engine 184 and Tanker 184-1 responded and assisted the Liberty crews who knocked the fire down prior to our arrival.