North Texans Support Sandy Hook With Vigil
Candle Light Vigil Held in Richardson
Sara Story, NBC 5 News
North Texans gathered in Richardson on Saturday night to honor and pay tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook.
North Texans gathered in Richardson on Saturday night to honor and pay tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary Tragedy.
"I felt like why, why, why kill those innocent children? why?" said Tina Hossaian. Hossain was part of the crowd who gathered in front of Fun Asia in Richardson.
"This is a time of immense pain for America," said David Reid, just one of the parents in this crowd. "We have 3 grown children, the oldest is 30 today," said Reid. "We have had a lifetime of joy and I sense that people have been robbed of the joys that we have."
"It seems like they have traded a lifetime of joy for a lifetime of pain and shattered dreams," said Reid.
A candle light vigil marked the end of the ceremony. A symbol that North Texas is grieving with the rest of the nation.