Md. Fire Lt. Nathan Flynn honored one year after his death
The fire department showcased a portrait of Flynn during a ceremony honoring the fallen firefighter that will hang in the public safety training center
By Firerescue1 Staff
CLARKSVILLE, Md. — Howard County firefighters honored Fire Lt. Nathan Flynn's life a year after he died in the line of duty.
According to CBS Baltimore, firefighters gathered to honor Flynn during a ceremony where officials named a training day after him and also showcased a portrait of Flynn that will hang in the public safety training center. Officials also named the roads to the center after him.
Today, we remember and honor Lt. Nathan Flynn, who perished last July from injuries sustained while operating on a...Posted by Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services on Tuesday, July 23, 2019
In July 2018, Flynn died on the line of duty while battling a 7-alarm house fire. He fell through the floor and landed in the basement.