Jenna Wesley, 13, and Leslie Wesley, 47, killed, and two people injured in car accident with semi truck on Peters Road in Casa Grande, Arizona

Modified Date: 
Thu, 01/15/2015 - 5:47am
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Fog blamed for Casa Grande crash that kills mother, teen

The semi-truck driver was not injured. Anderson said the crash remains under investigation.
Thick fog and reduced visibility are the cause of a Wednesday morning collision that resulted in the deaths of a mother and daughter in Casa Grande, Arizona. A Pontiac sedan heading east at around 8 a.m. on Peters Road collided with the back of a Walmart semi-truck heading south on Thornton Road. The driver of the Pontiac, Leslie Wesley, 47, ran a stop sign that was invisible in the fog and collided with the semi-truck near a Walmart Distribution Center. Wesley and her daughter, Jenna, 13, were killed in the collision. Two other unidentified passengers, ages 14 and 17, were injured and taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Leslie Wesley
Jenna Wesley
Peters Road


I know she came to my school she was my beat friend take care of her god

im so devestated about her death she was my best freind at cactus i wish it had never happened to jenna she was a A+ student and always had a smile on her face she was my bf

We were great friends in middle school at cactus middle school. I had math class & english. Me & my best friend at the time Hailey, we became really good friends with Jenna. She was always laughing & trying to make everyone laugh & smile even when she would get in trouble for talking in class. Jenna was a beautiful young soul that shouldn’t have been taken away so early in her life, she had her whole life ahead her. Love you Jenna you’ll never be forgotten. 

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