Hispanic Father and Daughter Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident


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Rogelio Ávila, 50, and his daughter Yessenia Ávila, 20, were the victims of a tragic accident. Rogelio was taking Yessenia to Fresno Pacific University when the accident occurred. Yessenia was studying pre-medical sciences and had dreams of becoming a doctor. Her father was an electrician and was described as kind and attentive.

A GoFundMe profile has been set up to raise funds for Rogelio’s funeral services. The community has come together to support the Ávila family during this difficult time. Fresno Pacific University expressed their condolences and shared that Yessenia was a valued member of their community.

The accident that took the lives of Rogelio and Yessenia occurred on January 29, southeast of Fresno. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that a tractor-trailer was involved in the accident. The driver of the tractor-trailer was heading west on Annadale when he suddenly turned south, causing a collision with a pickup truck. Rogelio and Yessenia were in the truck and tragically lost their lives in the impact.

The CHP has stated that foggy conditions may have been a contributing factor to the accident, but investigations are ongoing. The community is mourning the loss of Rogelio and Yessenia, and their families are in the thoughts and prayers of many.

The tragic accident has left a void in the lives of those who knew Rogelio and Yessenia. Their dreams and aspirations have been cut short, leaving behind a community that is grieving their loss. The support from the community and Fresno Pacific University has been a source of comfort for the Ávila family during this difficult time.

As the investigations into the accident continue, the community is coming together to remember and honor the lives of Rogelio and Yessenia. Their impact on those around them will not be forgotten, and their memories will live on in the hearts of many.

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