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Welcome to Station #14

 

Station #14 proudly serves the citizens of Northwest Lincoln. The station was completed in 1996 and is the newest fire station for the city of Lincoln. Some of the features include a drive-thru bay, a full basement that houses the backup 911 center and a small meeting room for training and public use. Station #14 is also home to a Lincoln Police Department substation.

Currently we have four rigs and are staffed with five personnel per shift. There are three shifts that work a 24 hour day on a rotating schedule. The four pieces of apparatus are: Engine #14, Air 14, Hazmat 14 and the ambulance – Medic #214. Four of the personnel are assigned to Engine #14. They include a captain/paramedic, a fire apparatus operator (FAO) and two firefighters. There is also a FAO assigned to Air 14. All are hazardous material technicians.

The engine responds to fires, medicals, injury accidents and numerous other types of calls. Air 14 is responsible for supplying breathing air for our Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). It travels throughout the city to all working fires and hazardous material incidents. Hazmat 14 is the department’s primary hazardous material unit. It carries a full array of chemical suits, monitors and decontamination equipment. The medic unit (which does not have a dedicated staff and is thus a reserve) will respond when all other front line medic units are out on calls. The personnel from the engine will take either Hazmat 14 or Medic #214 when that unit is called for.

 
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