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.
Commissioner Richard Ford II has the sad duty to report the death of an active member of the CFD in a car crash at Beverly Hills California.— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) May 24, 2019
First District Relief Engineer Nathaniel Ervin died at the scene this morning.
He joined the CFD in 2004. Services are pending.
More information about the crash is not available at this time. Services for Ervin are pending.