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Tamekia Belton Killed in Crash at Cajalco and Archer Roads


2 Vehicles Collide in Fatal Perris Accident

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Perris, CA (February 25, 2020) – A woman was killed in a crash in Perris. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of Cajalco and Archer roads.

Two vehicles collided at the intersection for unknown reasons. Tamekia Belton, 48, of Perris, was killed in the crash.

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

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