A 32-year-old Kerman man was killed Saturday night when he slid into oncoming traffic and crashed with another vehicle.
According to the California Highway Patrol, 32-year-old Kerman resident Sergio Delgadillo drove a 2004 Cadillac CTS east on American Avenue. West of Butte Avenue he strayed over the center line and crashed with a Maria Gomez, 54, of Tranquillity in a 1997 Geo Prism. The crash occurred about 11:50 p.m.
Mr. Delgadillo was declared dead at the scene. Ms. Gomez was transported to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno. She suffered major injuries. She was listed in serious condition Monday.
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