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Thousands Wait in Line in Concord to Pay Respects to Family of Jason Ray

Thousands of people turned out Friday night to pay their respects at the visitation of UNC student Jason Ray. Some people waited in line for three hours at the Concord First Assembly Church. There were friends, family members, and total strangers. Jason was the mascot "Rameses" for the Tar Heels, who died Monday after he was hit by an SUV. (WSOCTV.com)

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