HESPERIA, Ca. – A 17-year-old Victorville girl was identified as the person killed in the fatal motorcycle crash on Bear Valley Road on Tuesday afternoon.
The father of the deceased girl was airlifted to a trauma center for treatment of his injuries. The traffic collision occurred at around 2:50 p.m. When Hesperia deputies and emergency medical personnel arrived at the scene they located a 2015 Harley Davidson motorcycle and the female, later identified as Tristyn Shae Madole and her father, Dale Madole lying on the roadway. Tristyn was pronounced deceased at the scene and her father, who sustained major injuries, was transported by air ambulance to a trauma center.
The cause of the collision remains under investigation, it is unknown if another vehicle was involved at this time. Anyone with information should call the Hesperia Police Department at 760-947-1500.
Meanwhile, her family has been left with not only broken hearts but also, a few answers. Tristen was expected to graduate this year, now her family must plan for her funeral. Her older brother, Austin posted a photo to Facebook and a message to his now-deceased younger sibling saying, “every time I see your face I break down and cry. I know I’m far away but you are in a better place. I love you with all my heart and I can’t wait to see you again.”
Several people in her family, including Rose Madole-Crandall, Dale Madole’s sister, and Tristyn’s aunt expressed their sadness, not only for the loss of Tristyn but for her father who remains in the hospital alone.”My heart is just broken, my beautiful, fun, spunky, loving niece, lost her life yesterday in an accident,” said Rose Madole Crandall. “My heart continues to break every minute knowing my brother Dale is lying in a hospital bed alone (no one can visit because of Covid) fighting and mourning the loss of his only daughter.”
The cousin of Tristyn, Danielle Davis started a Go Fund Me Account to assist the family with costs associated with her death or any other expenses the family may face with Dale’s Hospitalization. “Fly My Beautiful angel. Love you forever and never will you be forgotten. Until we meet again,” added Tristyn’s aunt Rose.
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