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'Classic Carolina' family ripped apart after crash kills father, son


A popular store on Franklin Street that became a staple for UNC fans is mourning the loss of its owner and his son who was set to take over the family business. Flowers were placed by Classic Carolina where a time of celebration turned to a time of mourning for the family of Kris and Dhruva Chellani. Since 1993, the store was Dhruva Chellani's labor of love. (WTVD)

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'Classic Carolina' family ripped apart after crash kills father, son


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