Tim Unwin Obituary, Death – One of two people died in an early morning crash in Ohio on Friday was a police officer. According to sources, the two deaths occurred while the officer was one of several law enforcement officials responding to a “officer needs aid” call. The deceased has been named as Springfield Township Police Department Officer Tim Unwin, according to authorities. William Dunson, 50, was the second passenger car driver to perish in the collision.
According to WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, Springfield Township Police Chief Rick Bley revealed during a press conference on Friday morning that Unwin, 31, had been an officer for two years. Unwin worked with the Hamilton Police Department before joining the Springfield force. Chief Craig Bucheit of the Hamilton Police Department reflected on Tim’s brief life and the many people he impacted. “Although Tim’s time here was brief, his influence was substantial in terms of the lives he touched and the many ties he built,” he said. According to Colerain Township Police Department’s public relations officer Jim Love, a Colerain officer was in route to the Hamilton Avenue crash.
According to Love, the officer suffered only minor injuries and was rushed to the hospital. Bley added, “Today is a tremendously emotional and tragic day for the family and friends of the two men who died, the entire Springfield Township Police Department, and our community at large.”There have been numerous offers of assistance from police departments all around Hamilton County. The people of Springfield Township may rest easy; I guarantee that. According to Bley, the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is looking into the two deaths. There was a lack of instant information regarding this matter.