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UNC mascot's parents urge organ donation


Charlotte and Emmitt Ray were in Chapel Hill Sunday to raise money for the Jason Ray Foundation. It's named after their son who was the Tar Heel's mascot, Ramses, and was hit and killed by an SUV in March 2007 while in New Jersey for the NCAA tournament. "I'm trying to take something really bad and turn it into something good," Charlotte Ray said. (WRAL.com)

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