Community helps boys who lost parents in accident

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A community is coming together to help two young boys whose parents were killed by a suspected drunk driver.

Chad Smith and Lindsey Curtis were killed on August 31st when their motorcycle was hit by a car at 56th and College Avenue in Broad Ripple.

Friday night, a fundraiser for the couple’s children was held at Teddy’s Burger Joint on Southport Road.  In addition to raffles and bracelet sales, the restaurant donated 10 percent of food sales to 16-year-old Zachary and 10-year-old Trey Smith.

No charges have been filed in the deadly crash.  Investigators say they are still waiting on toxicology reports.

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