Wednesday, July 12, 2017

DRUNK DRIVER BITES THE DUST: 30-year-old Andrew T. Brunsman, of Centerville, Ohio killed when he drove the wrong way on Interstate 75 and crashed into a tanker truck full of gasoline had alcohol and marijuana in his system.

DAYTON, Ohio — A coroner’s office says a driver killed when he drove the wrong way on Interstate 75 and crashed into a tanker truck full of gasoline had alcohol and marijuana in his system.

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office says 30-year-old Andrew T. Brunsman, of Centerville, died from multiple blunt force injuries in the April 30 crash.

Police have said Brunsman was driving the wrong way when he collided with the truck, which exploded. The truck driver suffered a dislocated shoulder in the accident.

The explosion sent smoke and flames into the air above downtown Dayton for hours, causing damage to pavement on the highway and a fire in the storm sewer system. No other injuries were reported

A third vehicle was damaged by debris from the crash.


DAYTON, Ohio -- One person is dead after a wrong-way crash caused a gasoline tanker to explode on Interstate 75 near Dayton, WHIO reported.

A driver going the wrong direction on I-75 collided with a gasoline tanker carrying thousands of gallons of fuel at about 4:40 p.m. The gasoline tanker truck burned for hours, police said, and I-75 was closed in both directions for several hours.

Part of the interstate remains closed until further notice, authorities said.

The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries, and he is cooperating as officials investigate. 

Here is this drunk moron's obituary:

In Memory of
Andrew T. Brunsman
February 3, 1987 - April 30, 2017

BRUNSMAN, Andrew T. age 30 of Beavercreek passed away Sunday, April 30, 2017. Andrew was born February 3, 1987 to Thomas and Sandra Brunsman. He grew up developing a love for music from his mother and a love for sports from his father and a love for God from his whole extended family.

He learned to play guitar while attending Beavercreek High School, graduating in 2005. His legacy from his years in school is his many dear friends.

He grew up rooting for the Buckeyes and any professional Cleveland team, although he had a general love for every sport and could hold his own in every conversation. He could often be seen with various friends and family at concerts of all genres and sporting events of various kinds. He even played his guitar on the worship team at First Church of Christ in Fairborn.

In between concerts and sporting events, Andrew earned a degree in economics at Wright State University, worked at Lowes in Beavercreek for several years prior to his current employment at Reynolds and Reynolds. He continued to leave a wake of friends in his path of life.

While working at Lowes, he was introduced to the love of his life, Alejandra, and his second family, the Davilas. He and Alejandra soon were doing everything together, from playing tennis to making dessert to simply picnicking in a park. They were married March 12, 2016. Their adventure together was full of life, love and laughter.