Speech to Text for Community lines streets of Bryan, Ohio to honor fallen hero
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a fallen hero is back home tonight.good evening ... i'm hunter petroviak.army private first class brandon kreischer's body was brought back to bryan, ohio this evening.people from all over northwest ohio lined the streets to honor the young man. fox 55's cody butler has more on what this means for the small community. patricia cox lives in bryan "this is the least i could do for this family."shirley mathis, from edgerton said "everybody needs this kind of support."thousands of people ... and american flags line the streets of bryan, ohio ... honoring a fallen hero.shirley mathis, from edgerton said "i pray for the family. i know they are very proud of their son at this time."army private first class brandon kreischer was a paratrooper with the 82nd airborne division of the army, based at fort bragg.he and another paratrooper died july 29th during an attack in afghanistan.the 2018 bryan high school grad will forever be remembered in his community. patricia cox lives in bryan it's tough, even though i didn't know the young man, it's tough loosing someone from our community to war.""it struck close to my heart. i'm here to support what he sacrificed, support his family, support our community, that's what we are all here to do," said robert valle, from sherwood.shirley mathis, from edgerton said "we need to show our support for each other. so people know everybody is behind everybody."cody - pfc kreischer's funneral will be saturday at bryan, high school. in b-o cb fox 55 news. there is a memorial fund set up for kreischer's family.if you would like to donate, ways you can do that are in this story on