WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - It was a busy day at the Discount Den as Purdue students came out to remember a fellow student.
Today was Daniel Kline day at the Den and the famous Den Pop was only 10 cents in honor of Daniel. As news 18 previously reported, Kline died Wednesday from injuries suffered during a rollover crash on I-65.
All of the proceeds from the Den Pop will go to the Humane Society of Lafayette.
Daniel's friend and co-organizer Stephanie Like said that she was amazed by today's turn out.
"People are going above and beyond. People knew him from all these different areas. Strangers are coming up and giving us a 'high five' and it's been great. It has been great to see the out pouring of love for him," said Like.
Daniel Kline bumper stickers and bracelets were also being sold for $3 each.
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