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 Gary Lee Brane

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Gary Lee Brane

Birth
West Carrollton City, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Death
9 Sep 1962 (aged 15)
Daytonview, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Burial
West Carrollton City, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Plot
Strader Lot 92 S
Memorial ID
54872426 View Source

Cyclist Hit by Car, Dies in Hospital

The combined city-county traffic death toll jumped to 47 yesterday with the death of a 15-year-old West Carrollton boy. The victim, Gary Lee Brane, son of Mr. & Mrs. William R. Brane, 3180 Alexandersville-Bellbrook Road, was struck by a car around 7:30pm Saturday while riding his bike. He died at 1:55 pm yesterday in Miami Valley Hospital.

Driver of the car was not cited, according to sheriff's deputies. Investigators said the youth was riding west on the 3200 block of Alex-Bell Rd and apparently tried to cross the road. Lucas smashed into the rear of the bike after trying to swerve around it, officers explained.

The boy's death was the 30th on county highways this year, compared to 16 on rural roads at this time last year.

Dayton's 1962 death log stands at 12. Five deaths have been recorded elsewhere. At this time last year, 14 traffic deaths had been logged in Dayton, with six in other municipalities for a total of 36.

Cyclist Hit by Car, Dies in Hospital

The combined city-county traffic death toll jumped to 47 yesterday with the death of a 15-year-old West Carrollton boy. The victim, Gary Lee Brane, son of Mr. & Mrs. William R. Brane, 3180 Alexandersville-Bellbrook Road, was struck by a car around 7:30pm Saturday while riding his bike. He died at 1:55 pm yesterday in Miami Valley Hospital.

Driver of the car was not cited, according to sheriff's deputies. Investigators said the youth was riding west on the 3200 block of Alex-Bell Rd and apparently tried to cross the road. Lucas smashed into the rear of the bike after trying to swerve around it, officers explained.

The boy's death was the 30th on county highways this year, compared to 16 on rural roads at this time last year.

Dayton's 1962 death log stands at 12. Five deaths have been recorded elsewhere. At this time last year, 14 traffic deaths had been logged in Dayton, with six in other municipalities for a total of 36.


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