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Pop star Timmy T. Torres, the Fresno native whose song "One More Try" was No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1991, stopped his car to break up a fight that was blocking traffic on a Fresno street Tuesday. In a Facebook post with video of the incident, he said other bystanders were filming the two women instead of trying to intervene. Special to the Bee
Pop star Timmy T. Torres, the Fresno native whose song "One More Try" was No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1991, stopped his car to break up a fight that was blocking traffic on a Fresno street Tuesday. In a Facebook post with video of the incident, he said other bystanders were filming the two women instead of trying to intervene. Special to the Bee
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