Friends remember Houston teens killed in Corpus Christi crash

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More than 100 people attended a vigil for two sisters killed in a car crash while coming back from Spring Break in Corpus Christi.

More than 100 people attended a vigil Friday night for two sisters killed in a car crash while coming back from Spring Break in Corpus Christi.

Bellaire High School senior 17-year-old Jade Robinson, her 19-year-old sister, Brianna Robinson, and former Bellaire student, 18-year-old Brittanie Johnson, were all killed. Lamar High School Senior Shelby Coleman remains in the hospital.

Vigil held for teen killed in tragic car accident, Tom Abrahams reports.

DPS officials believe the driver was distracted while using her cell phone as a GPS device.

Now their friends are coming together, even organizing charity events to help families pay for funeral and medical expenses.
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Three teens killed in Spring Break crash, and DPS officials say the driver was distracted.


"This is just so unexpected. I mean, since it happened, I just wanted to do something just to make her proud because I always told her I wanted to do something that was big that people would remember me for," said close friend Deon'te Lagway about Jade Robinson.

They will be holding a charity basketball game on Tuesday evening from 5pm-8pm at Butler Fieldhouse. You can get tickets or make donations at Bellaire High School.
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