Cody Orrick Obituary, Death -A male person was tragically killed as a result of the occurrence that transpired early on Saturday morning in the city of Dayton. The unfortunate event took place early in the morning. The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office was able to conclusively identify the male victim as being 31-year-old Cody Orrick, who resided in Dayton, on Tuesday morning. Orrick was a resident of Montgomery County. Mr. Orrick considered the city of Dayton to be his permanent residence.
Officers from the Dayton Police Department were sent to the 1400 block of Shoup Mill Road at approximately 9:45 in the morning, as stated by a spokeswoman for the Dayton Police Department who is authorized to comment on behalf of the department. This information was provided by a person who is authorized to comment on behalf of the department. The spokesperson has supplied the audience with this information.
According to the statement that was supplied by a spokeswoman who was there at the scene, a witness spotted a vehicle that was substantially damaged off the street and to the east in a parking lot.
This information was provided by a spokesman who was present at the scene. The witness has direct experience with the automobile in question. According to the statement that was provided by the spokesman, the debris field that was located to the south of the scene provided evidence that indicated Orrick’s vehicle was traveling north when it went off the roadway, rolled, and came to rest in the lot that sloped downward and was partially covered from the street. This was indicated by the fact that the debris field was located to the south of the scene.
Orrick was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency medical personnel when it was determined that he was no longer breathing and that he was unresponsive to their inquiries about his condition. In the immediate aftermath of the event, it was difficult to establish how much time had passed since it had occurred. The authorities are currently pressing forward with their inquiry into the collision that occurred earlier and are doing so at this very minute.