The procession started around 1:30 p.m. The escort took Interstate 75 North from Dayton to Interstate 70 West. Once it reached Richmond, it continued along U.S. 40 to North Fifth Street and passed Burton’s police car at the city building, according to the police department.
The escort took East Main Street back to U.S. 40 before ending at Doan & Mills Funeral Home at 790 W. National Road.
In several areas, members of the public stood along the road, showing support for Burton’s family and the Richmond Police Department.
Britt said earlier this month that Burton’s injuries were determined to be unrecoverable and she was taken off life support. The 28-year-old was then transferred from Miami Valley Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit to a hospice facility.
“We would sincerely like to thank the Richmond community, and those who have supported Seara, her family and the department from near and far,” read a statement from Britt. “Thank you to all of those who have shown unbelievable support throughout this very difficult time including the Dayton Police Department, The Indiana State Police, Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police, Richmond Fire Department and Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, as well as many other agencies.”