Chicago firefighter killed in car crash in California

Relief engineer Nathaniel Ervin was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the morning of May 24 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Nathaniel Ervin in uniform posing at a promotion ceremony

Nathaniel Ervin pictured at a promotion ceremony to rank of engineer in 2018

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A Chicago firefighter was killed May 24 in a car crash in Beverly Hills, California, according to a Chicago Fire Department post on Twitter.

Nathaniel Ervin, a relief engineer for the First District, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. He joined the Chicago Fire Department in 2004, according to the post.

More information about the crash is not available at this time. Services for Ervin are pending.

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