Victor Cardenas Obituary, Death – On Thursday, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office was able to determine the identity of the person who perished in a collision that occurred after a Fresno Police officer conducted a traffic stop. Officials say the driver, who was in a vehicle that was not involved in the initial traffic stop, was killed after the driver of the vehicle that was being stopped attempted to get away from police, drove through a red light, and collided with another vehicle in an intersection.
Which resulted in the driver of the vehicle that was not involved in the initial traffic stop being killed. The deceased driver has been identified as Victor Cardenas, who was 29 years old and from Fresno. Officers claim they tried to pull over an SUV on Wednesday night about 11:00 p.m. for violations of non-moving traffic laws, but they were unsuccessful. After the vehicle came to a stop in the area surrounding Shields Avenue and First Street, law enforcement personnel made contact with the driver as well as the two passengers in the vehicle. According to the police, the residents initially cooperated with them and gave them their information when they were asked for it.
According to the authorities, the suspect vehicle’s driver suddenly sped away from the traffic stop, and while the cops originally gave chase, they eventually gave up because of the suspect vehicle’s high rate of speed. The vehicle believed to be involved in the crime entered a junction at Shields Avenue and Fresno Street, where it was involved in a collision with another vehicle. The driver of the vehicle that was suspected of being involved in the incident.
a man named Andrew Calderon who is 40 years old, also sustained significant injuries and was taken to the hospital. The other two individuals who were found to be inside the suspicious vehicle both declined to receive medical attention.