JEFFERSON HILLS (KDKA) — The Jefferson Hills officer who died after being critically injured in a vehicle crash earlier this month will be laid to rest on Saturday.

Public visitation for Officer Dale Provins Jr. will be held this Friday, June 19, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Jefferson Hills Municipal Building.

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(Courtesy: Jefferson Hills Borough Police Department)

Visitors are asked to wear a mask and to social distance.

Then, on Saturday, a service at his gravesite will be public at the Round Hill Cemetery in Elizabeth.

Those who would like to attend are asked to be there no later than 11 a.m.

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Provins, 50, died on June 13, ten days after he was injured in a crash while in an on-duty vehicle on Old Clairton Road.

An oncoming vehicle crossed over the center line a hit the police cruiser head-on.

Provins, who was a Marine Corps veteran, was rushed to a local hospital by medical helicopter, but eventually died from his injuries.

He served with the Jefferson Hills Borough Police Department for 15 years and was a second-generation police officer.

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Provins leaves behind a fiancée, daughter, parents and his siblings.