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
|07/28/2013 : MVA : Rt 78 East milemarker 21 (Lebanon)|
This afternoon CFARS spent some time once again responding to an incident on Rt 78. Just before 3pm, CFARS and Lebanon Boro Fire were dispatched with NJSP to Rt 78 East near Exit 20/Cokesbury Rd for the reported multi-vehicle & tour bus accident. CFARS responded 4 BLS units, and requested 1 BLS each from our mutual aid partners Whitehouse Rescue and Flemington-Raritan First Aid and Rescue Squad. Hunterdon Medical Center\'s EMS1 also responded, but was cancelled on scene. Shortly after arriving, it was found to be 10 vehicles and 1 tour bus with 39 on board involved and all lanes were closed. A quick triage identified several individuals requiring transportation, and a few that had minor injuries treated and released on the scene. Flemington was cancelled and returned as not needed. We also thank Quakertown Fire Company who provided 1 BLS unit to cover our station while we operated, and who also responded to a second accident on Rt 22 for us.
Public Events Archive
|12/06/2013 : PUB : 48 Old Highway 22 (Clinton)|
Saturday December 14th at 4:00PM the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad will announce the winners of our 2013 50/50 Raffle. Tickets are still available by stopping by our station located at 48 Old Highway 22, Town of Clinton, or by seeing any Squad member for your chance to win.
|09/21/2013 : DRILL : Greyrock Rd (Clinton)|
Clinton First Aid & Rescue had a drill with local fire companies including Clinton, Lebanon and Annandale, to cover responses and tactics for house fires. Also involved in the drill were Clinton Twp police, Hunterdon County OEM and Hunterdon County SWAT.