LOS ANGELES — A candlelight will be held Thursday for Jaime L. Foster, the rookie Los Angeles firefighter fatally injured Saturday as she and her colleagues were leaving the scene of a house fire in Encino. The public is invited to attend the vigil, which will be held at Fire Station 73 — 7419 Reseda Blvd. — where Foster worked, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. A funeral service is to begin at 10 a.m. Friday at the downtown Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. Foster, who lived in Palmdale, was the first female firefighter killed in the 133-year history of the Los Angeles Fire Department. The 25-year-old rookie, who had worked for the fire department for three months and was known for her enthusiasm and positive attitude, was fatally injured shortly before 2 p.m. Saturday. Witnesses said they saw Foster standing on the back of the truck as it backed slowly out of the 5700 block of Jamieson Avenue. A few seconds later, her body was on the street. Foster, who is believed to have fallen off the truck’s running board, was transported to a Tarzana hospital, where she was pronounced dead a short time later. The LAFD’s Brian Humphrey said earlier investigations are being conducted by the Los Angeles Fire and Police departments, Cal-OSHA, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office.