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Details Emerge in Second Day of Luna Trial

Duncan, Okla. - It's the second day of testimony in the Chancey Luna murder trial and more details involving the case have been revealed through eyewitnesses and investigators.

Luna is accused of shooting and killing Australian Christopher Lane.

Wednesday was a very emotional day for Chris Lane's family and friends as pieces of evidence and witness testimony described in detail the very last moments of Christopher Lane.

The majority of the morning consisted of eyewitnesses who were the first people to arrive when they saw lane fall. Jurors got the opportunity to hear the initial 911 call from a woman who was driving down Country Club Road that day and watched Lane stumble across the street and fell into the opposite ditch from where he was jogging. She immediately pulled over. On the call, that's when you can hear her concern slowly turn into panic as what seemed like hours for first responders to arrive.

Witnesses and police described doing chest compressions on Lane until EMTs arrived, but it was too late. Witnesses described Lane's eyes as fixated and not moving. He was soon after pronounced dead.
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