Bicyclist, Motorist Killed in Crash on West Jensen Avenue in Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (Feb. 10, 2021) — Tamiko Fuller, 45, of Fresno, and Kai Moua, 20, of Fresno, both died Wednesday after colliding with an alleged speeding driver on West Jensen Avenue in Fresno.
Fuller was riding a bicycle and Moua was driving a Toyota when the crash occurred, according to the Fresno County Sheriff Coroner who identified the victims.
The Fresno police reported an eastbound driver in a Honda on West Jensen Avenue. He first struck and killed the eastbound bicyclist near South Martin Luther King Boulevard. Tamiko Fuller was thrown roughly 300 feet and died in the crash.
Also, the collision that happened about 5:45 a.m. on Feb. 10th.
Next, the driver in the Honda continued into the intersection where he also collided with Kai Moua who was driving a Toyota. The victim was heading northbound on Martin Luther King Boulevard. When the Honda hit the Toyota, the second car crashed into a utility police and caused fatal injuries to its driver. Meanwhile, the Honda and the bicycle both wound up at the southeast corner of the intersection.
Investigators are reviewing evidence at the scene to piece together the sequence of events.
Police are investigating whether the surviving adult male driver who caused the crash was under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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