BUTTE, Mont. -

Close to 90 people gathered in Montana's Tech Copper Lounge to reflect on last Thursday's crash outside Divide.

"Today the why?s and how?s of this tragedy are not important. Today we must be there for each other," Montana Tech?s College of Technology Dean John Garic said.

Comforting words from Dean Garic and then a moment of silence began Tuesday?s reflection at Montana Tech.

Friends and family of the victim's in last week?s divide crash found comfort sharing stories, crying and laughing as they reflected on the life that was lost and those still in recovery.

"He was such a good guy and so great to be around and it's like just in an instant he snapped out of it, out of your life," Brian Schwarzkoph said.

On May 3rd, five people were traveling in a car on Highway 43 southwest of Butte. The driver hit an embankment and car rolled several times.

Four of the five people in were ejected.

The crash claimed the life of 21-year-old Spencer Lewis and seriously injured three others.

Troopers investigating the crash believe speed and alcohol were factors.

According to friends and family two of the victims, Andrea Spicher, and Myles Kittleson are still in critical condition.

Calven Goza and Taylor Debruckyer are recovering.

Debruckyer was treated and released from St. James Healthcare after the accident.

Montana Tech has lost three students since July of last year.

During the ceremony faculty called it a "trying year."

Friends and family said they appreciate the support the university has given them and them.

"You guys have done so much just by keeping him and everyone that was in the accident in your prayers and his friends have been amazing, all of you," one of the recovering victim?s girlfriend said.

Friends and roommates said their lives will forever be changed from the accident and hope others will learn from it too.

"If you ever see another person doing that you're going to say hey man you don't ever want to go through what we've gone through it's not worth it so there's always another way to get home," Schwarzkoph said.