Transcript for Family of OSU Parade Crash Suspect Comes to Her Defense
Family members of the day should chambers came to her defense this is not hurt character. And we don't have answers here here's what is known. Around 1030 on Saturday mourning a crowd of Oklahoma State homecoming fans were watching the parade. When 25 year old chambers allegedly drove her gray car into the screaming crowd. The impact too graphic to show. I hit people to slight thump thump thump as people were flying. 47 injured four people lost their lives 65 year old Marvin Stone and his wife Bonnie 23 year old student Nikita McCall. And two year old Nash Lucas. Whose father says was a symbol of love and shall words of comfort to the victims and their families came from chambers father dressing guard. And love those. Who have been lost it will also said she appeared fine just the night before but had previously suffered from mental illness. She was very good about Haydn. Her problems. She gets she didn't want to send me to worry about it. Investigators believe she was driving under the influence her boyfriend says that is impossible. I said that the blood tests would come back negative because I know that she there's no way she was John gore and repairs yet no drugs whatsoever she just wasn't that type of person. A rain today chambers is being held on a million dollar bond she's been charged with four counts of murder in the second degree. That may change however as a fifth victim is reportedly in grave condition. Lana Zack ABC news Washington.
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