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UPDATE: Fourth dead in OSU homecoming car crash

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UPDATE — 6:37 p.m.: A fourth victim, a two year-old, has died at OU Medical Center, according to KFOR.

At least four people are dead and 34 injured at OSU's homecoming parade after a car reportedly crashed into parade watchers, according to Stillwater mayor Gina Noble.

The driver, Adacia Avery Chambers, has been arrested for driving under the influence, according to Stillwater police Capt. Kyle Gibbs. She is a 25 year-old Stillwater resident and is not a student at OSU. There are 3 confirmed fatalities, 8 people critically injured, 9 serious injuries and 17 people with less serious injuries.

OSU President Burns Hargis said today's football game against Kansas will continue as scheduled. However, there will be a memorial at the game.

 Read tweets from the scene below:

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