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Remembering the OSU homecoming parade crash victims

STILLWATER, Okla._Days after the tragic OSU homecoming parade crash, those who knew the victims are still trying to cope with their loss.

Max Andrews lived across the street from two of the victims. Former OSU professor Dr. Marvin Stone and his wife Bonnie, who also worked at the school.

"That was difficult,” said Andrews. “I mean, they're gone."

On Monday, "comfort dogs" were brought in to Bonnie’s office to ease the pain of her coworkers on their first day back since the crash.

At the University of Central Oklahoma dozens of people gathered at a candle-light vigil to remember international student Nikita Nakal who was killed in the crash. The 23-year-old graduate student was from India. She had only been in Oklahoma just a few months.

Wednesday, the youngest victim, 2-year-old Nash Lucas, will be laid to rest after a funeral service in Weatherford.  Nash was originally from Weatherford, but had moved to Stillwater with his mother, who was an OSU student. His father took to Facebook saying, "Miss you so much buddy."

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