Man Killed in Crash at Cedar Avenue and Kenmore Drive

Bicyclist Hit by Vehicle in Fatal Fresno Accident

Fresno, CA (February 8, 2021) – A bicyclist was killed in a crash in Fresno. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of February 8 at Cedar Avenue and Kenmore Drive.

A man was riding his bicycle when he drifted into the path of a Toyota Camry at the intersection. The two collided, causing the bicycle rider to be ejected. The bicyclist was taken to a local hospital with severe head injuries. He later died. The driver of the Toyota Camry remained at the accident scene.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.



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