April 17 - The mother of one of three people who died in the attacks in Boston Monday speaks to reporters about her daughter. Julie Noce reports.
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29 year old Krystle Campbell, one of three people who were killed in the bombing attack in Boston on Monday, is being remembered as a loving daughter by friends and family.
Campbell's mother gave a tearful account of her daughter as she spoke to reporters.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) PATTY CAMPBELL, MOTHER OF KRYSTLE CAMPBELL, WHO WAS KILLED IN BOSTON BOMBING, SAYING:
"She was always smiling from, you could not ask for a better daughter. I can't believe this has happened. She was such a hard worker in everything she did. This doesn't make any sense."
Monday's attack also claimed the lives of two others... an 8 year old boy, and a Chinese national who was a student at Boston University.
As many as 176 people were injured in the attack... some remain in critical condition.
Meanwhile friends and well wishers gathered to honour the victims during a vigil Tuesday evening.
Dozens lit candles and laid flowers on the ground... some signed banners with messages of hope.
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