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Brian Hance, an investigator ...
Brian Hance, an investigator for the Fresno Police Department's Collision Reconstruction Unit, said the funeral procession was southbound on Cedar and had come to a halt when the collision occurred.
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Detective Brian Hance of the Fresno Police Department said a truck pulling a trailer loaded with a forklift tractor was backing up on the road, when it ran over the boy and his bicycle.The boy was crushed under the wheels of the trailer.
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In 2003 and 2004, there were 14 fatal hit-and-run crashes in Fresno; only half are solved, said detective Brian Hance, an investigator with the Fresno Police Department's major accident investigation team.
said the air bag remains in the Police Department's possession.
Herrada's case may be more difficult to solve than most because there was no damage to the second vehicle, Hance
said, witnesses were distracted by Herrada's car's careening through the fence; nobody saw the license of the black vehicle that cut him off, nor could anyone describe its driver.
Debris found at the scene was common to many vehicles, but the vehicle would have had significant damage, Hance
Reyes' voice trembles with emotion when she
thinks of what her
sister , a mother of three , is missing.
They were in a crosswalk when a small car, possibly a Honda
, sped toward them at about 45 to 50 mph, Hance
said detectives are willing to investigate any lead.
said, tips can send what was a cold investigation in a whole different direction.
Lead investigator Brian ...
Lead investigator Brian Hance said the municipal code could take precedence compared with state Vehicle Code, but he said the Maldonados were 85% to 87% to the median of the crosswalk when they were struck.
said the level of fault might have been different if the Maldonados had just entered the crosswalk on the north side of the roadway.
If that was the case, "we wouldn't be here," Hance said.
said an amber flashing light was functioning over a sign warning motorists of bicycle riders using the trail.
said that even though LeBeau's speed was estimated at or below the speed limit, his
speed could still be dangerous for the conditions, such as bicyclists crossing the road.
said the bike ridden by Donovan's father, Jesse Maldonado, had considerable reflective material on it that should have made his bike visible.
Anyone with information about the ...
Anyone with information about the collision on Sept. 28 is asked to contact detective Brian Hance at (559) 621-5057 or Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP.