CLARKSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Howard County firefighters honored the life and legacy of Lt. Nathan Flynn, who died in the line of duty last July.

Flynn died from injuries sustained while battling a 7-alarm house fire in Clarksville. It was the department’s first career line of duty death.

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The 13-year-veteran’s memory was honored with a training day named after him Tuesday. The department also unveiled a portrait of Flynn, which will hand in the public safety training center. Roads that extended to the training center have also been renamed as Nathan Flynn Way.

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