Fresno, CA — August 5, 2018, A man died after an accident involving a semi truck.
The events under consideration occurred around 6 pm on Shields Avenue near Russell Avenue.
According to information from the California Highway Patrol cited in media accounts, a Honda Civic was traveling east on Shields Avenue, approaching the Russell Avenue intersection, when he allegedly traveled through a stop sign without stopping. The tractor trailer than struck the Civic on its driver’s side, killing the driver on impact.
The driver of the commercial truck had no reported injuries. Investigators do not consider substance use to be a contributing factor.
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