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4 NCTC Students Identified in Deadly Bus Crash

    Oklahoma Highway Patrol Officials have released the names of the four NCTC students who died in an accident Friday night. 

    Officials have identified 20-year-old Brooke Deckard of Scurry, TX, 20-year-old Jaiden Pelton of Telephone, TX, 19-year-old Meagan Richardson of Wylie, TX and 18-year-old Katelynn Woodlee of Windom, TX as the four student deaths as a result of the accident. 

    Friday evening the North Central Texas College Girls Softball Team was involved in a major accident around 9:00 PM on Interstate 35 in Southern Oklahoma. 

    NCTC Officials say a prayer vigil is scheduled for Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 8:00 PM at the NCTC Gainesville Campus.  

    This will give families, students, faculty, staff and community a time to reflect on these precious young ladies and their families.
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