Hearts are heavy at Oklahoma State University on Monday after a tragic crash over the weekend that injured close to 50 people and killed four, including a 2-year-old-boy.
The crash took place during a homecoming parade at OSU in Stillwater on Saturday. At 10:31 a.m., 25-year-old Adacia Avery Chambers drove into an unmanned police motorcycle before her car plowed through the crowd. She faces four counts of second-degree murder for the deaths of Nakita Prabhakar, 23; Bonnie Jean Stone, 65; Marvin Lyle Stone, 65; and 2-year-old Nash Lucas.
Lucas' father posted a picture of him to Facebook Sunday with the caption "Miss you so much buddy."
Meanwhile, photos of tributes are surfacing via social media with the hashtag #StillwaterStrong.
Several people posted pictures of a burning sunset over Stillwater, saying they felt it was in memory of those lost.
Others favored images of strength.
Students gathered to pray for the families affected, as well as for Chambers, CNN affiliate KJRH reported.
"Hurt people hurt people and she made a few bad choices and even today I've heard and seen on Facebook. Lots of prayers for the driver," said Matt Mills, a campus minister at OSU.
For those interested in helping the affected, there are several funds listed on the OSU memorial page.