Bells rang out Monday to remember Krystle Campbell as hundreds came to say goodbye.
She was one of the three people killed in last Monday’s terror attacks at the Boston Marathon. Krystle was there to cheer on a friend, who was running in the race.
Published reports say it was standing-room at the funeral mass; some people had to be turned away at the door.
Sunday about 1,000 people showed up at Campbell’s wake to pay their respects to her friends and family.