Former Edison High standout Khai Williams spent a year at Humboldt State but redshirted. Williams missed being in Fresno and moved back, but tragedy struck his family when an Amtrak train killed his father, Clifford.
Former Edison High standout Khai Williams spent a year at Humboldt State but redshirted. Williams missed being in Fresno and moved back, but tragedy struck his family when an Amtrak train killed his father, Clifford. Anthony Galaviz The Fresno Bee
Former Edison High standout Khai Williams spent a year at Humboldt State but redshirted. Williams missed being in Fresno and moved back, but tragedy struck his family when an Amtrak train killed his father, Clifford. Anthony Galaviz The Fresno Bee

New Fresno City running back loses father in train tragedy

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