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Tamiko Fuller, Kai Moua Killed in Crash on West Jensen Avenue


Speeding Vehicle Causes Fatal Fresno Accident

Fresno, CA (February 10, 2021) – Two people were killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Fresno. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of February 10 on West Jensen Avenue.

Tamiko Fuller, 45, of Fresno, was riding a bicycle when he was hit by a speeding Honda. Fuller was ejected from his bicycle and thrown 200 feet. He was killed in the crash. 

The Honda then collided with a Toyota, driven by Kai Moua, 20, of Fresno. Moua was killed in the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Tamiko Fuller and Kai Moua.

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