Dru I’m so so sorry... I love you man, so much and you knew that, since I always told you. I hope you rest easy. Just know I’m gonna be looking for signs you’re there. I’m so sorry this happened. You didn’t deserve this. pic.twitter.com/XIQSbu1Zz6— Clarissa🏳️🌈 (@madame_clarice) July 25, 2018
Haley has gone on to celebrate with Jesus. How lucky were we to have known such an incredible human being. Haley, we’ll be missing you.— Ally Arnold (@AllyArnold_) July 22, 2018
If you’re in the San Marcos area and have clothes, toiletries etc to spare, please drop them off at Mochas and Java’s on N LBJ for the students who lived in the apartment that caught on fire this morning! Donate what you can and spread the word!— claudia. (@ClaudiaaaRaeee) July 20, 2018
🚨PLEASE READ🚨— tori lynn🏳️🌈 (@torituguita) July 24, 2018
My classmates and I are looking for donations for the 200 displaced families and college students that lost their homes to the apartment fire in San Marcos!! If you have any old clothes or shoes and any toiletries that you don't need need, please DM me! pic.twitter.com/z8H6y2ND3U
Places are no longer accepting clothes donations for the fire victims because they received so many already.— Kimberly Calderon (@Kimbeeeeee_) July 26, 2018
Wow. If that’s not a community.
I’m so proud to call San Marcos and Texas State my home.#txst
I know we all wanna direct our anger, so remember that THE CITY CODE CAN BE AMENDED. @CityofSanMarcos can direct you on how to attend meetings and which city councilor to talk to. Let’s make real change. #codesmtx #IconicVillageFire https://t.co/4BTEMeWD0F— David Dennison (@daviddashcoby) July 24, 2018
The apartment complex that burned in San Marcos had the bare fucking minimum when it came to fire safety/security and that just shows that cities don’t give af and believe college kids deserve the bare minimum when living off campus— Delilah 🥀 (@laluna_nueva) July 23, 2018
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