Woman killed in Gettysburg Avenue crash after driver runs red light

DAYTON — A woman was killed after the vehicle she was driving was hit by a 21-year-old driver police said ran a red light at the intersection of North Gettysburg and Prescott avenues Monday night, according to a Dayton crash report.

Virginia Trayvick, 73, of Dayton, was identified as the woman who was killed.

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Trayvick was driving west on Prescott, when the 21-year-old driver, Cordell Bozeman, ran the red light at the intersection around 6:30 p.m.

The initial crash ended up causing the two vehicles to crash into a third vehicle that was stopped at the intersection.

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Schloss said Trayvick was pronounced dead on scene.

Bozeman was taken to Miami Valley Hospital with serious injuries, but police said he was stable.

Police blocked off the crash scene for about two hours while they investigated.

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The driver in the third vehicle, Desean Minor, 43, of Dayton, was taken to Miami Valley Hospital North with injuries police described as minor.

No charges or citations have been issued for the crash at this point, according to the crash report.