Wrong-way driver had record


Xenia Daily Gazette



DAYTON — The man who died after crashing his car into a gas tanker Sunday had a driving record.

According to WDTN, 30-year-old Andrew Brunsman was charged with an OVI in 2013 after blowing a .121 alcohol level. He was also charged with speeding and reckless operation. As a result, his license was suspended for six months, according to Fairborn court records.

Brunsman graduated from Beavercreek High School in 2005 and recently moved to Centerville. He was employed at Reynolds and Reynolds and had been working in the company’s software support department in the Technical Assistance Center.

Reynolds and Reynolds released the following statement:

“First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the family for the loss they have suffered. Additionally, all of us at Reynolds are also feeling that loss, since he was a colleague (who worked here).”

WDTN reached out to Brunsman’s family, they declined to comment.

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Xenia Daily Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz with information from our partner at WDTN.

Xenia Daily Gazette news report compiled by Scott Halasz with information from our partner at WDTN.