Boston victims: Mother remembers her daughter

The mother of one of three people who died in the attacks in Boston Monday speaks to reporters about her daughter. 

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.

"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. 


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