NAPERVILLE, Ill. (WLS) — Loved ones are making the most of the tragedy that changed their lives five months ago.

Jacob “Jake” Jurinek and Franco Patino were two of 10 victims killed at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert in November as hundreds of others were injured in a stampede. Sunday, family and friends in Naperville hosted a blood drive in their honor.

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“They made such a positive impact on so many people while they were alive and just feel like they have more lives to impact and positively change, so we wanted to kind of create an event to help them do that and help continue their legacy,” said Dr. Bridget Hyland, who is Jake’s cousin.

More than 70 people showed up to donate blood, a special way to honor two best friends who called themselves “Superman and Batman.”

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