By Alyssa Woulfe, WFAA:
Fort Worth fire Capt. Keven Teague died Friday after suffering complications from pancreatic cancer, which he developed from smoke inhalation as a firefighter.
He was a 24-year veteran of the Fort Worth Fire Department.
Because Teague died from a cancer caused by smoke inhalation, his death is considered in the line-of-duty, according to the Michael Glynn, the president of the Fort Worth Professional Firefighters Association.
A GoFundMe page was set up prior to his death to help his family pay for medical expenses. He is survived by his wife and their two children.
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