PARIS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — A North Texas firefighter has died after a car crash in Paris, Texas Sunday morning.

The Paris Fire Department responded to a single vehicle accident Oct. 20 where they found the single occupant — 24-year-old Layton Slade Baker — dead from his injuries.

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Baker was a firefighter with PFD since April of 2017. The department said Baker had a true “servant’s heart” in a statement released Sunday.

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He was an excellent firefighter, always striving to better himself both professionally and as a person. Slade loved life and was always smiling, yet he was the first to offer help to anyone who needed it.

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The department has stationed an honor guard to remain with Baker’s body during this time, and a cause for the crash has not been released at this time.