Rescue (Recently Retired)
Hawthorn Fire Department, located in Southern Clarion County Pennsylvania, is responsible for responding to emergency calls in Hawthorn borough, Redbank Township Clarion County, and Redbank Township Armstrong County. On average the department runs 200 emergency calls a year, and respond to any type of fire or rescue call. The department also has a certified QRS team that responds to all EMS calls in the department's coverage area, to assist the ambulance, and provides patient care before EMS arrival. The department has been around since 1956, and since then has been serving the community proudly. The department is 100% volunteer and depends on community support from fundraisers, and donations. The department would like to thank the community for their support, and remember if you ever have an emergency to dial 9-1-1.
1991 International 4700. This apparatus was purchased from Newburg Volunteer Fire in Altoona Pa where it formerly served as Rescue 12.
1997 GMC c8500 with a 2500 gallon elliptical tank. This truck is powered by a CAT 300 HP motor.
1995 KME Renegade Custom Pumper powered by a Cummins N14 370 HP. This apparatus holds 1000 gallons of water and is matched to a Hale 1250 gallon per minute pump.
2011 Dodge Ram 2500 Heavy Duty with a custom-made box. As well as responding to fire emergencies this apparatus is licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of Heath to respond to medical emergencies prior to an ambulance arrival.