Loved ones remember the people who died in the Coalingo wreck

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CAALINGA, Calif. (KFSN) — A fatal crash in Coaling left two families and countless friends in mourning on Sunday.

Honda Hill is just west of Highway 33 – an area often used for biking and off-roading.

Best friends Jacob Davis and Steve Lanko also spent their last moments here.

“This whole community knows him and his friend he was with. We were together all the time,” said Jacobs’ brother, Boone Davis.

Davis said his brother and Steve were well known in Coalinga and throughout western Fresno County.

Jacob enjoyed fishing, grilling, spending time with family — and friends who became family like Steve.

The CHP said that for an unknown reason there was a turn and the vehicle they were in overturned and crashed.

Coalinga Fire reports the city has had three fatal ATV accidents this year.

The loss of Steve and Jacob is felt throughout the community.

“They were very involved with our families. We’ve lost two pillars and now we just have to step up,” said friend Jose Pease.

Families are raising money through GoFundMe pages and a car wash at the Coalinga Elks Club this Sunday.

The money will be split between the two families.

A GoFundMe page can be found for Steve’s family here.

One for Jacob’s family can be found here.

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