UPDATE: Street Fair Crash Survivor Released from Hospital

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Timothy Spock, 39, is led away in handcuffs after allegedly slamming into a crowd at a Cleveland Street Fair. (Photo Credit: Fox 8 News)

CLEVELAND — Authorities say Constance Pokorny was released from MetroHealth Medical Center Friday evening.

Two others–Mitchell Andelmo, 27, and Basil Bass, 44–died following a deadly crash at a Cleveland street fair on Sunday, Fox 8 News reports.

Bass, Andelmo and Pokorny were struck when Timothy Spock, 39, allegedly drove his SUV into a crowd at the 28th Annual Dancin’ in the Streets fair sponsored by the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland.

Another victim, Kevin Litt, 37, was treated and released the night of the crash.

Tuesday night, family and friends gathered at a candlelight vigil to pray for Andelmo and the other victims.

The AIDS Taskforce organized the vigil to give friends and family members a place to talk and feel supported.

“Everyone at the AIDS Taskforce is devastated and heartbroken by this senseless incident. We just thought it was really important to get the community together,” said Judith Pindell, Dir. of Public Policy and Advocacy, AIDS Taskforce Greater Cleveland.

Police said Spock was driving drunk and has three prior OVIs as well as other offenses and traffic violations.

Spock is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and made his first court appearance Tuesday morning in Cuyahoga County.

Bond was set at $150,000 and the case was bound over to the grand jury.

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— Fox 8 News reporter Emily Valdez contributed to this report.