The people on the tour bus that crashed in Arkansas while en route from Chicago to Tunica, Mississippi, were members of a group that went to the gambling town twice a year. Fourteen people were killed and, and many of the 16 survivors were critically injured. Some family members are on hand at hospitals in Little Rock and Memphis, Tennessee. Others have been praying at churches in Chicago. Brenda Clay of Memphis, a relative of one of the victims, says the group reflected a spirit of neighborhood and community and they enjoyed their outing together. The crash occurred at 5:00 a.m. Saturday on Interstate 55 in northeast Arkansas, about 25 miles north of Memphis. The son of Billy Lyons and his wife, Maxie, says the couple had been making the trips to Tunica for the past decade. The Son, John Coney, says his parents liked being with their friends and trying their luck. 63-year old Billy Lyons, a blind, retired steel mill worker, asked for his wife when rescuers found him. 64 year old Maxie Lyons was among those killed. One of those injured, Theophilus Cannon, was unable to speak to his sister, Octavia Eddings. But he wrote on a notepad: "I feel better." His fiancee, Shirley Fox, told Eddings she recalled feeling "a big bump" on the bus and saw Cannon go flying past her. She said there was no warning and the bus just started tumbling.