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In less than a week, four children in Moreno Valley have become orphans after losing both of their parents in separate incidents miles apart.

Annalisa Santana is seen in a photograph from a gofundme.com page aiming to raise money for her funeral after she was killed when an ice cave collapsed in Washington on July 6, 2015.

Annalisa Santana is seen in a photograph from a gofundme.com page aiming to raise money for her funeral after she was killed when an ice cave collapsed in Washington on July 6, 2015.

On July 6, mother of four Annalisa Santana was killed when an ice cave collapsed in Washington State where she and her family were visiting relatives. The 34-year-old, her children, fiance and brother were hiking inside the Big Four Ice Caves when large pile of ice and rock came down on top of them.

Santana died instantly. Her son and fiance were injured, while her brother remained hospitalized Monday in critical condition.

Then Sunday night, the children's 35-year-old father Adrian Cardona was shot and killed following an argument outside Lulu's Hideout Bar in San Bernardino.

Surveillance video showed three men outside the bar at the time of the shooting.

Anyone with information on the shooting was asked to call the San Bernardino Police Department at 909-384-5655 or 909-384-5965.

Meantime, a GoFundMe account has been set up by Santana's family for the children who have been staying with relatives.

On Tuesday, a separate GoFundMe account was established by the Cardona family.