Memorials continue at site of Hudson River tragedy

The memorial along the Hudson River where LaShanda Armstrong drove her van into the river, killing herself and her three children, continues to grow as many people come to remember the lives lost.

"I just want to say how sad I am, I just imagine what that night was like," said Kathleen Green, who came out to say a prayer for the three children killed.

Many who come out to the area say that it?s hard to forget what happened there.

A fund has been set up at the First Baptist Church for those wishing to donate to help the family through the tragic times.

Residents still in shock over van-into-river crash

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