The County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the gunshot death of 14-year-old Braydan Wrana on Wednesday night at his home on Tabor Ridge Road NE in the Mineral City area. In further detail, let’s examine how Braydan Wrana died and the shooting incident.
How Did Braydan Wrana Die?
Braydon Wrana died after accidentally shooting himself in the head while playing with a gun on Wednesday night. The Tuscarawas Valley Local School District’s official Facebook page relayed the heartbreaking news with a heartfelt remark. According to Derek Varansky, superintendent of Tuscarawas Valley Local Schools, school counsellors and clinical counsellors from the Village Network were made accessible at the middle school, Brayden Wrana, who was enrolled in the eighth grade.
On Thursday morning, Varansky called parents to tell them that he had asked local pastors to pray for the Wrana family, the school system, and the neighbourhood. He stated, “This type of loss is startling and heartbreaking,” “Please let our administrators, counsellors.”
In a press release, Sheriff Orvis L. Campbell stated, “Preliminary statements suggest that the 14-year-old victim was toying with the gun.” He said the boy’s 11-year-old sister called 911 at 8:14 p.m. to report that her brother had shot himself in the head. The Mineral City Fire Department took the adolescent to Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital in Dover. He was subsequently taken by air ambulance to Akron Children’s Hospital, where doctors confirmed him dead. According to Campbell, the 14-year-old, 11-year-old, and 9-year-old sisters were all at home when the crime occurred. After an accident earlier on Wednesday, the individuals sought medical assistance at Union Hospital.
The 14-year-old lived in Tabor Ridge, while the other two siblings lived in Malvern. After the event, uniformed deputies took possession of the gun and photographed the area until Campbell and his team—Detective Lt. Adam Fisher and Detective Sgt. Ryan Hamilton—arrived to take over the investigation.
Tribute to Braydan Wrana:
Celina Kohler stated, “So sad! I remember him first joining up for baseball and those early years when we were still in the youth league – he was such a sweet kid. “Please keep the family in your prayers.” Pamela Wilson added, “What a tragedy!” I’m unfortunate for everyone’s loss. May they find solace in God’s arms during this difficult moment?” Jane Doolin added, “My heartfelt condolences to the Braden Wrana family and friends on their loss. May your recollections aid in the healing of your heart. God bless you. “Prayers for everyone.”