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Update: At Least 3 Dead After Car Crash At Oklahoma State's Homecoming Parade

Scene of tragic car crash at Oklahoma State's homecoming.

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Update 5: It's now being reported that four people have died, including a two-year-old.

Update 4: School president Burns Hargis has issued a message to the Oklahoma State community.

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Update 3: According to the Stillwater Police Department, a 25-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. They've also released her name. More as we learn it.

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">@OKState Homecoming crash. #FOX23

— Jonathan McCall (@JonathanMcCall)

BREAKING UPDATE: #StillwaterPD says Adacia Chambers, 25, has been arrested for @OKState Homecoming crash. #FOX23

— Jonathan McCall (@JonathanMcCall) October 24, 2015

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Update 2: According to Lacie Lowry of News 9, three people have died after the crash. Another 10 are in critical condition. 27 had to be airlifted to hospitals. Absolutely terrible.

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Update: Oklahoma State has issued a statement on the matter. 

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Earlier: We've got some terrible news coming out of Stillwater, Oklahoma this afternoon. News On 6 is reportingthat two people have died following a car crash during Oklahoma State's Homecoming Parade Saturday morning. A vehicle reportedly drove directly into the crowd near the end of the parade route.

Witnesses tell News On 6 it was terrifying as a car crashed into parade watchers at high speed. The car was not part of the parade but was on Hall of Fame before crashing into crowds on Main Street. A motorcyclist was also reportedly hit.

Twitter users have been posting photos of the scene.

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">@okstate parade

— Tiffany Alaniz (@TiffanyAlaniz)

#BREAKING#Stillwater police coordinating multiple medical helicopters ambulances multiple injuries @okstate parade

— Tiffany Alaniz (@TiffanyAlaniz) October 24, 2015

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of anyone affected by the tragedy.