Tongan man dies in Utah after fleeing police

    Two men fleeing police died after their car crashed into a vacant home causing fire early Friday morning, October 31 at Poplar Street in Price, Utah, United States.

    A Carbon County deputy sheriff reportedly said Taukatelata Solomone Faulua, a 24-year-old Tongan who lived in West Valley,  and Guy Nelson Tsosie, 34, of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, were identified as victims killed in the crash.

    A sheriff deputy arrived to find two  men fighting outside a parking lot outside The Tuscan, a restaurant near 100 N. and Carbon Ave,  fox13now.com reports.

    The victims fled the scene prompting a pursuit with Police that ended in the fatal crash.

    Both men died inside the burning car, according to report.

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    1. Mate Tonga ʻi ha fakatuʻutāmaki ʻi ʻIuta he feituʻu Poplar Street ʻi Price ʻi ʻAmelika.

      Na’e mate ha toko ua hili ia hano tuiʻi ʻe heʻena kaá ha fale ne ʻikai ha taha ai ʻo vela ʻi he pongipongi Falaite ʻaho 31 ʻo ʻOkatopá ʻi Carbon County, ʻAlisona ʻi ʻAmelika.

      Fakatatau ki he līpooti ʻa e kau polisi Carbon County ko e taha e ongo pekiá, ko e tangata taʻu 24 Tonga ko Taukatelata Solomone Faulua ka ne tupu hake ʻi ʻAlisona pea ne ne mālōlō fakataha mo e tangata ko Guy Nelson Tsosie, 34, of Teec Nos Pos.

      ʻOku pehē ne aʻu atu ha polisi ki ha fuhu a ha toko ua ne fai ʻi ha pāking ka ne hola mei ai ʻa e ongo pekiá hili ia ha hoko atu ha taufetuli mo e kau polisí, fakatatau ki he lipooti ʻa e good4utah.com.

      Naʻe iku ʻeni ʻo tuiʻi ai ʻe he kaá ʻa e falé ʻo vela pea mate ai ʻa e ongo tangata ʻi he loto kaá.

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