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Sister Remembers Siblings Killed in Victorville Crash

VICTORVILLE, Calif. ( The Victor Valley community is mourning the loss of two Adelanto children tragically killed in a traffic collision.

Pedro Basua Jr., 13, and his 10-year-old sister Teresa Basua, were killed in a traffic accident in the city of Victorville on February 18, 2017. The two vehicle crash was reported at around 8:30 p.m. near the intersection of Mojave Drive and Amethyst Road.

Pedro and Teresa are remembered as two loving children who really loved spending time with family and always greeted everyone with a smile.

Rosalinda Herrera, 17, is Teresa and Pedro’s oldest sister and is overwhelmed with grief as she tries to deal with the loss of her family members. Rosalinda shared a few fond memories about her beloved siblings.

“Teresa loved singing and dancing, she loved going to church and praising God. She was in 5th grade and enjoyed school and had many friends. She wanted to be a Doctor or a singer when she grew up.”

“Pedro was in 7th grade and loved going to school he also had many friends. He loved playing video games, wrestling, and playing golf with his mom Teresa and Joshua. He loved going to church. He enjoyed watching Dragon Ball Z with his big sister Rosie. He wanted to be SWAT when he grew up.”

Teresa and Pedro are survived by their father and mother Peter and Gloria, their older sister Rosalinda, and their brothers Noah and Joshua. Also lots of aunts, uncles, and cousins who loved them very much.

Gloria Basua’s sister-in-law started a GoFundMe account for the family. To donate, visit

Photo by Robert Mullins

Robert Mullins, a member of Victor Valley News Group, stopped by the crash site Tuesday afternoon and placed a pink and blue bunny in remembrance of the children.

“I didn’t see a memorial for Teresa and Pedro Jr. Basua. I decided to start one for them on the South East corner of Mojave and Amethyst. R.I.P little Angels, stated Mullins.

Rebecca Gonzalez-Leon has created a petition to have a stop light installed at the intersection of Mojave Drive and Amethyst Road.

“Our hope is that in starting this petition it will reach Congressman Cooks office and expedite this process as it is a major safety concern to the residence of this area and surrounding,” stated Rebecca.

The petition has gained several hundred signatures in just a couple of hours.

If you would like to support the cause you can do so by clicking here:

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