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2 Injured in Crash at Minnewawa and Tulare Avenues


2 Vehicles Involved in Fresno Accident

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Fresno, CA (October 9, 2019) – Two people were injured in a crash in Fresno. The accident occurred on the afternoon of October 9 at Minnewawa and Tulare avenues.

A Toyota and a Honda collided at the intersection for unknown reasons. Two people suffered major injuries.


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