Monday marks three months since the tragic shooting on the University of Virginia campus.
On November 13, 2022, the shooting at Culbreth Garage claimed the lives of UVA Football teammates Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr., and D'Sean Perry. Two others, Michael Hollins Jr. and Marlee Morgan, were injured in the shooting.
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To mark the somber anniversary, UVA shared a message on its Facebook page, saying "Today marks three months since our tragic loss of Devin Chandler, D’Sean Perry and Lavel Davis Jr. They are and will forever be in our hearts."
The university also shared the news of a new project aimed at remembering the impact the victims' lives had on the community.
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UVA's Beta Bridge quickly became a memorial following the shooting, donned in orange and blue paint with hundreds of memorial messages written on the rock.
To celebrate "the lasting importance of the emotional messages and their temporary nature," UVA said the Office of University Communications has documented the memorial messages and chosen a set of photos to create a photo book detailing the memorial.
The photo book, "Forever in Our Hearts," has been given to the victims' families and teammates.
"So they will have a lasting, tangible keepsake of the outpouring of love and lament for the three young men," the university wrote.
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A digital copy of the photobook can be viewed above and by clicking here.
At last check, a preliminary hearing for the shooting suspect, Christopher Jones Jr. has been scheduled for March 30 at 9 a.m.
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