Pedestrian Killed in Crash at Euclid Avenue and El Monte Way

Man Hit by Pickup Truck in Fatal Dinuba Accident

Dinuba, CA (February 9, 2021) – A man was killed in a pedestrian crash in Dinuba. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of February 9 at Euclid Avenue and El Monte Way.

A man was hit by a Ford F-150 pickup truck at the intersection. The driver exited the truck to pick up a possible truck part and then fled the accident scene. Several witnesses tried to help the man, but the pedestrian was then hit by a second vehicle. That driver also fled the accident scene, but later turned themselves in to police. The pedestrian died at the crash site.

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



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