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The Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad is a nonprofit organization that provides pre-hospital Emergency Medical Services and Rescue Services (vehicle extrication, water rescue, collapse, trench, rope and confined-space rescue) to the Town of Clinton, and portions of Clinton Township, Lebanon Borough, Franklin Township and Union Township. Our members run approximately 2,000 calls a year in the 48 square miles we cover.

We are always in need of volunteers. If you are interested in becoming part of our organization, follow the membership link to find out how.

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04/15/2014 : EMSRES : Center St (Clinton)

This morning Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad responded to report of overturned vehicle with occupant still inside in the parking lot of the McDonalds off Center St. Arriving units found 1 occupant still inside, unable to exit the vehicle. The vehicle was stabilized by crew from Heavy Rescue 455 and the Clinton Fire Department, and the uninjured occupant was able to ambulate from the vehicle. All units cleared without incident.
Incidents Archive

04/03/2014 : PUB : 4 World Trade (New York City)

Last evening, 7 members of CFARS\' Rescue Company joined nearly 700 other participants in climbing up 72 flights of stairs at the World Trade Center site, all in the name of young cancer researchers. The members, Connor Beaton, Sean Smith, Captain Chris Miller, Becky Setnicky, Engineer Brad Fagan, Emily Engel and Deputy Chief Matt Stiff participated in the first Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation\'s Runyon Up, a charity stair climb that was held in the newly opened 72-story building at 4 World Trade. We\'d also like to thank Lt. & Mrs. Paul Smith of CFARS, who were sponsors of our combined team along with the Lebanon Boro Fire Company. Great job team!
Public Events Archive

01/11/2014 : DRILL : Round Valley (Clinton)

On Saturday January 11, 2014, members of CFARS\' Water Rescue Team practiced their Ice Rescue techniques at Round Valley State Recreation Area, taking advantage of the recent cold weather. Members spent a few hours making entries and practice rescues, as well as checking all ice & cold water rescue equipment.
Training Archive

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