Updated 04/06/2009 07:14 AM
Candle light vigil held for ACA victims
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- In a mix of languages and a wide variety of song and prayer, the people of Binghamton honored and remembered the victims of Friday's massacre.
Almost 1,500 people of all different religions and backgrounds packed into the auditorium of West Middle School for an interfaith vigil Sunday night. The service then moved outside, where hundreds lit candles, solemnly marking two full days since tragedy hit their town.
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Binghamton is a diverse city and during the vigil, everyone urged peace and forgiveness as they begin the long road of recovery.