Sikh community leader and TV show host killed in crash in Fresno
A Fresno Sikh Institute leader died in a single-car crash in northwest Fresno, according to police.
The incident occurred in the west of Highway 99 in Fresno.
Local Sikh community leader Guddi Sidhu served as a radio host in Sikh community and did a weekly TV show for 25 years.
Her car hit guy-wires and flew 10 feet into the air, and then police say she came crashing down.
The vice president of Sikh Institute Fresno was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to the police, the accident happened at around 2 p.m. (GMT-7) on Ashlan and Cornelia Avenues.
The reason of the crash remained under investigation.
Members of the Fresno Police Department’s collision reconstruction unit are investigating to try and determine what caused her to lose control of her vehicle.
Family members say that the work of the notable Sikh radio host broadcast in India.
Loved ones said that Guddi Sidhu had just come from a function at a school and was en route to do her radio show when she slammed.