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Trimble Tech High students and alumni pray for SXSW crash victims

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At an emotional gathering Sunday night in Fort Worth, current and former Trimble Tech High students prayed for those killed and injured and their families in Thursday's South By Southwest crash. 

Two North Texas teens injured in the tragedy are still recovering in an Austin hospital. 

Eighteen-year-old Trimble Tech High School student Curtisha Davis and her boyfriend, 19-year-old Deandre Tatum were among the victims of last Thursday's crash.  Davis is in good condition, while Tatum is in critical condition, in a medically induced coma. 

Erica Hall is one of nearly two dozen people injured by suspected drunk driver Rashad Owens early Thursday morning in Austin.  Two people were killed when police say Owens intentionally drove through barricades and hit concert goers as he was trying to get away from officers trying to pull him over. 

Hall says she was just walking down the street when she was hit and knocked unconscious.  "When I woke up, I saw a lot of people around me.  I didn't know how long I was out so I was like, where are my friends?  Where are my friends?"  Hall went to South By Southwest with Davis and Tatum.  She realizes by comparison, her injuries were very minor.

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