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Appellants Lawrence and Paula Calp, individually and as representatives of the Estate of Tricia Calp; James and Louetta Hollister, individually and as representatives of the Estate of Emily Hollister; Donald and Susan Lanham, individually and as representatives of the Estate of Erika Lanham; Cynthia Flores, individually and as representative of the Estate of William Flores, and for and on behalf of Kylan A. McEachern, surviving minor child of William Flores; and Dolan and Marilyn Wostal, Jr., individually and as representatives of the Estate of Dolan Wostal, III (hereafter appellants); *fn1 and Mark and Ginger Bruton, individually and as next friend of Chase Bruton, a minor, and representatives of the Estate of Ted Bruton, deceased (hereafter the Brutons), *fn2 present this appeal from a summary judgment that they take nothing on their suit against appellees Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, an Illinois non-profit corporation, and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Pi Eta Chapter, a Chapter and Unincorporated Association of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Tricia Calp, Erika M. Lanham, Emily Hollister, William M. Flores, Dolan W. Wostal, III, and Ted Bruton (hereafter referred to as students) were killed while walking on the shoulder of FM 60 when they were struck by a pickup truck driven by Brandon Kallmeyer in the early morning hours of October 10, 1999. By one point of error, the Brutons contend the trial court erred in granting appellees’ motion for summary judgment, *fn3 and by separate brief, the remaining appellants present five issues, to wit:

1. whether the District Court erred in granting the TKE Fraternity’s no-evidence point that it was a social host which owed no duty of care to the Children where Appellants’ uncontroverted summary judgment evidence established that the Children were owed a duty of care as invitees of the TKE Fraternity because it is a commercial enterprise which promotes its business with events like the one to which the Children were invited;

2. whether the District Court erred in granting the TKE Fraternity’s no-evidence point that it did not owe the Children a duty of care where Appellants’ uncontroverted summary judgment evidence established that the TKE Fraternity engaged in conduct which was “dangerous” and created a foreseeable risk of harm to the Children;

 
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