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Funds to help Oklahoma State homecoming parade victims

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Nash Lucas, Nakita Nakal, Marvin Stone, Bonnie Stone

While many victims are recovering from the injuries they sustained from a car crashing through the crowd at the Oklahoma State homecoming parade, they are also facing massive medical bills.

If you would like to help the families of victims, you may donate to the “#Stillwater Strong Fund.” 

You can also donate directly through OSU.

Also, you may also donate to a GoFundMe account set up for the Atwell family, who were seriously injured in the crash.

A GoFundMe account was also set up for Kelly Howell Murphy, who was seriously injured during the parade.

A fund has been created for the mother of 2-year-old Nash Lucas, who was killed following the crash. His mother was also injured and is now tasked with paying medical bills and for Nash’s memorial.

The College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology created a fund for Diana Rodriguez, who was critically injured as she reportedly shielded her 2-year-old son from the vehicle that tore through the crowd.

Leo Schmitz was critically injured during the incident sustaining massive internal injuries according to friends. He works for American Airlines.