Victims In Triple Fatal Crash Identified

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The Fresno County Coroner’s Office has identified the victims in a triple fatal collision that happened on Saturday.

According to a statement released Monday by the Coroner’s Office, the victims are identified as:

  • Maurdrianna Graves, 18 years old
  • Ahjriana Greely, 6.5 months old
  • Arayah Hubbard, 19.5 months old

According to the Coroner’s Office, Graves is the mother of Greely and Hubbard. All three were living in Huron.

According to a statement released by the California Highway Patrol, the three, along with a 21-year-old male driver, were inside a 1996 Nissan Maxima and traveling south on Highway 269, at approximately 8:55 P.M. Saturday.

According to the CHP, the car ran off the west road edge of the highway for unknown reasons, overturned, and struck a power pole. The driver, according to the statement, was ejected from the vehicle, along with Greeley and Hubbard. The driver, according to the CHP, suffered moderate injuries, and was taken to CRMC.

The crash is still under investigation, and according to the CHP, it appears alcohol did not contribute to the cause of the crash.

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