Friends and family mourn Liam Armstrong, 18, of Nesconset, who was fatally hit by a subway in Manhattan. A funeral service was held for him in the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church.
Liam Armstrong, 18, of Nesconset, was fatally hit
Liam Armstrong, 18, of Nesconset, was fatally hit by a subway in Manhattan on March 26, 2013. His funeral took place on Monday morning at the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church. (Credit: Facebook)
Liam Armstrong, a Nesconset resident, was struck and
Liam Armstrong, a Nesconset resident, was struck and killed by a train while crossing the tracks of the local 1 and express 2 and 3 trains in Manhattan. (March 27, 2013) (Credit: Charles Eckert)
Mourners enter Moloney's Funeral Home to attend the
Mourners enter Moloney's Funeral Home to attend the wake for Liam Armstrong, who was killed while crossing subway tracks in Manhattan. (March 30, 2013) (Credit: Danielle Finkelstein)

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The coffin carrying Liam Armstrong is carried out
The coffin carrying Liam Armstrong is carried out of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church Monday afternoon where a funeral service was held for him in Nesconset. (April. 1, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Smithtown High School East student Brian Wecker, 19,
Smithtown High School East student Brian Wecker, 19, wipes away a tear in disbelief, as he talks about his friend Liam Armstrong, 18, outside of the school Wednesday afternoon in St. James. (March 27, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Friends of Liam Armstrong comfort each other outside
Friends of Liam Armstrong comfort each other outside Parish of the Holy Cross in Nesconset during the Monday afternoon funeral Mass. (April. 1, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)
Three young children, get blessed as they leave
Three young children, get blessed as they leave Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church Monday afternoon where a funeral service was held for Liam Armstrong in Nesconset, N.Y. (April. 1, 2013) (Credit: James Carbone)