Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad asks for your help and support. This week, one of our top volunteers ended up in the Burn Center at Lehigh Valley at Cedar Crest due to a freak off-duty accident involving a lithum battery. The incident landed Connor in the Burn Unit with severe burns to one leg, and had to undergo skin graft surgery as part of the process.
Connor is a volunteer with our agency, and has been for several years. EMS is also his livelyhood, where he works part time with two local departments. Due to this incident, he is now out of work with no source of income for several months, as the healing process begins.
(Photo: Connor Beaton with team from CFARS, participating in the Cancer Fund Raiser Stair Climb at 4 World Trade Center, 2014)
We now ask you support our volunteer as he begins his fight back to active service. It will be a long road ahead with many medical expenses. The CFARS family wish to extend best wishes to him, and hope this fund will help offset the expenses he is sure to incur.
All donations made will be made to the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad, Inc, a 501(c)3 organization, for the sole purpose of benefiting Connor's medical expenses. While not anticipated, any unnecessary funds will then be donated to a Burn Center Foundation of Connor's choice.
(Photo: Connor with Chief Setnicky & Deputy Chief Buchanan, prior to his surgery this week.)