Austin (KXAN)- As SXSW comes to a close, one of the most memorable things about this year’s festival got a lot of attention on Sunday.
A vigil remembered the two victims killed during the crash that happened early Thursday morning.
People gathered at Ninth and Red River streets, the intersection where a driver plowed into the crowd, killing two and hurting 23 others.
The group Please Be Kind to Cyclists put a ghost bike on display to honor Steven Craenmehr, 35, who was riding a bike when he was killed.
Friends of Craenmehr say they will always remember the moments right before the crash.
“We were listening to a couple of good bands. And I gave him a hug and he said, ‘A bit longer,’” said friend Bart Hendrikx. “And then he walked out, and that’s when it happened.”
Please Be Kind to Cyclists took to the streets after the vigil for a memorial ride.