Woman killed in wrong-way crash was WSU student, other driver WPAFB employee

A woman who died after her car was struck by a wrong-way driver on I-675 North in Beavercreek was a Wright State University student, the school confirmed today.

Video above shows a group of bystanders attempt to save Paige Patrick, 23, of Vandalia.

Patrick was an undergraduate majoring in art history with a minor in religion, according to her obituary. She graduated from Vandalia Butler High School in 2013.

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She was also an ordained minister who enjoyed hiking, dancing, Pokemon Go, yoga, kayaking, biking, drawing and writing, according to the obituary.

The driver of the wrong-way vehicle, Ronald Myer, 53, of Centerville, is an employee at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, a spokesperson confirmed today. Additional details were not available.

The crash was reported just after 9 p.m. Friday on I-675 North in Beavercreek. It’s not clear where Myer entered I-675.

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