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OU choir performs Oklahoma State alma mater following parade tragedy

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NORMAN, Okla. – As one Oklahoma university is mourning a tragic event that claimed four lives near campus, another is paying tribute to that school.

As hundreds of people were celebrating Oklahoma State University’s homecoming on Saturday, a car plowed through the crowd, killing four people and injuring dozens of others.

The crash claimed the lives of 2-year-old Nash Lucas, 23-year-old Nikita Nakal, Dr. Marvin Stone and his wife, Bonnie.

Officials say 25-year-old Adacia Chambers was driving the car and is now facing four counts of second-degree murder.

A little less than 100 miles away, members of another Oklahoma university were stunned by the news.

On Sunday, the University of Oklahoma Choir was set to perform a homecoming concert after OU defeated Texas Tech on Saturday.

Instead of continuing the program as planned, the choir took a moment of silence to remember and honor those impacted by the tragedy at OSU.

Following the moment of silence, the choir performed “Proud & Immortal,” OSU’s alma mater.

“Proud and immortal
Bright shines your name
Oklahoma State
We herald your fame
Ever you’ll find us
Loyal and true
To our alma mater
O-S-U”