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Families still reeling from SXSW tragedy

It is a shared pain that brings two mothers together. For Regina Davis and Tamara O’Neal it’s been five months, and it still hurts.  “Some days are better than others, but every day [it hurts]” O’Neal said.  They are both mothers to two victims of the crash at Austin's South by Southwest festival in March.  One victim, Tish Davis, is alive to tell the tale; the other, her boyfriend Dre Tatum, is not.  “There’s nothing anyone can say... anyone can do to ease my pain,” said O’Neal, Dre’s mother.   More on this story: http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/tarrant/Families-still-reeling-from-SXSW-tragedy-272100751.html

 
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