SkyDance Bridge lights up in honor of Turkey, Belgium

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The SkyDance Bridge is lighting up in honor of Turkey and Belgium Wednesday night, following recent attacks in both countries.

Around 35 were killed and over 100 were injured in Ankara, Turkey on March 13.

Around 30 were killed and over 200 were injured in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday.

In solidarity, the lights on the bridge are alternating hourly between Turkey's flag colors of red and white and Belgium's of black, yellow and red.

The Thunder's Enes Kanter, a Turkey native, also made an appearance.

"I can't say enough about Oklahoma City," Kanter said. "When I heard about this, they're going to put Turkish flag colors, red and white up there, I was so happy. Oklahoma City is my American home."

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