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Supporting Chris Lane

Worldwide support is pouring in for Chris Lane.  Lane was the native Australian and East Central University Baseball player who was shot in the back this past Friday while jogging in Duncan.

A website is collecting donations for Chris' loved ones has already surpassed their goal.

Anyone in Chris' college town of Ada can donate in his name at the Bank of West.

Chris' girlfriend, Sarah Harper, said she is grateful for the support to the Lane family.

Organizers said money being collected will be given to the Lane family to fly his body back to Australia, support the baseball program in his native country, and remember the young man.

More than $80,000 has been collected for the Lane family.  They are way beyond the goal of $15,000.

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