Update: 4 killed, dozens injured after Oklahoma State parade car crash

Police have identified three of the four victims killed Saturday when a woman, believed to be intoxicated, plowed through a crowd of people with her car during Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade. A 2-year-old boy was also killed and 47 people were injured in the crash.
Stillwater police say the driver, 25-year-old Adacia Chambers, crashed into an unoccupied motorcycle belonging to an officer working security at the parade, and then into the crowd, sending spectators flying, local news station News On 6 reported.

Chambers was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Police are still awaiting blood test results to determine if Chambers was impaired. She is expected to appear in court Monday.

Police have identified the deceased as Nakita Prabhakar, 23, from Edmond, Okla.; and Bonnie Jean Stone and Marvin Lyle Stone, both 65, from Stillwater.

The 2-year-old’s name was not released by police, but a family member identified him on social media as Nash Lucas, according to student newspaper The O’Colly. Police said five people are in critical condition and 12 others, including six children, are hospitalized in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Stillwater.

The homecoming game against Kansas was played as scheduled on Saturday.

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