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Press Photo by Lisa Call Claire Gemar, mother of Kyrstin Gemar, who drowned in a stock pond northwest of Dickinson, runs her hands through the pond's water during a visit to the site on Wednesday afternoon.

Friends, family say goodbye to Dickinson softball players

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In a very somber and heartfelt visit to the site of an incident that left three Dickinson State University students dead, those closest to the young women tossed out a few last pitches and roses in remembrance.

After being reported missing on Sunday, DSU softball players Kyrstin Gemar, 22, Ashley Neufeld, 21, and Afton Williamson, 20, were discovered dead inside Gemar's Jeep Cherokee after it was pulled from a 10-foot-deep stock pond about 12 miles northwest of Dickinson, Tuesday.

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