STILLWATER, Okla. – Several victims who were injured in the OSU homecoming parade crash that left four dead are seeking restitution from the suspect accused of driving a car into a crowd.
According to official documents, so far around 15 victims who were injured on Oct. 24 in Stillwater Oklahoma during the homecoming parade are asking for thousands of dollars from suspect Adacia Chambers for medical bills and losses.
Chambers, 25, has been charged with four counts of second degree murder and 46 counts of assault and battery.
Memorials have been held for those whose lives were lost, as well as all of those who were affected by the crash.
Recently a judge partially lifted a gag order on the case that was placed to “insure a fair and impartial trial."
At the request of Chambers’ lawyer a psychologist issued a mental evaluation that concluded "... Ms. Chambers presents with signs of severe mental illness which could impair her competency in my opinion.”
However, a judge ordered a psychological evaluation of Chambers but has not officially taken judicial notice of the evaluation Chambers’ attorney filed with the Payne County Clerk.
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