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Kraig Fujinaka, Alexander Gatlin Killed in Crash at W. 234th Street and S. Main Street


3 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Carson Accident

Carson, CA (May 1, 2020) – Two people were killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Carson. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of May 1 at W. 234th Street and S. Main Street.

Three vehicles collided at the intersection for unknown reasons. Victims were trapped inside two vehicles. Kraig Fujinaka, 60, of San Diego, and Alexander Gatlin, 28, of Carson, 28, died in the crash. One of the victims was a pedestrian and the other was a driver. Another driver was hospitalized with unknown injuries.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Kraig Fujinaka and Alexander Gatlin. 

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