A maroon 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix going north on North Gettysburg Avenue did not stop at a red light at Prescott Avenue and hit a gold 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt heading west on Prescott Avenue, according to a Dayton police crash report. The impact pushed the vehicles into a blue 2015 Hyundai Sonata traveling south on North Gettysburg that was in the left turn lane.
All three vehicles had disabling damage, according to the report.
Trayvick was identified as the driver of the Chevrolet in the crash report. The two men driving the other vehicles were taken to Miami Valley Hospital and Miami Valley Hospital North. The driver of the Pontiac had suspected serious injuries and the driver of the Hyundai had suspected minor injuries, according to the crash report.
As of Thursday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol has recorded 45 fatal crashes in Montgomery County. It’s one more deadly crash than reported during the same period last year.
On Sunday, Sept. 19, Dayton police responded to two fatal crashes.
Around 2:34 a.m., an Amelia man was hit by a vehicle while he was trying to walk across Wayne Avenue at East Fifth Street. A 2014 Ford Fusion traveling north on Wayne Avenue hit him and then a 2019 Chevrolet Equinox attempting to turn onto East Fifth Street struck him, according to a crash report.
The man died after he was taken to Miami Valley Hospital.
That evening, Dayton police were called to a crash involving a motorcycle and pickup truck around 5 p.m.
A 2016 Toyota Tundra failed to yield the right of way while turning left on South Smithville Road at Arcadia Boulevard and crashed into a Honda motorcycle, according to the crash report.
The motorcyclist, 35-year-old Jeffrey Adcox of Riverside, was taken to Miami Valley Hospital where he died, according to the report.