Fresno, CA — In Fresno, a woman died last Friday (November 14, 2014) after her car was in an accident with a delivery truck. This happened along Weber Avenue, police confirmed, and the woman was later identified as Mercedes Williams, 24 years old.
According to the Fresno Bee, Williams had been driving her car along Valentine Avenue that Friday morning at about 9:40 a.m. As she came to the intersection with Weber Avenue, she pulled out into the path of a passing delivery truck, which caused a major collision.
Williams was killed in the accident and the truck driver was only slightly injured. It’s not clear exactly who was at fault in the accident, but police in Fresno said they’d investigate some more.
They noted, however, that Williams’ vehicle had a stop sign while the delivery truck (which was owned by Fresno Unified School District) did not. They did didn’t clarify if Williams had stopped at the stop sign or who was at fault.
Scene of the Accident
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