Mom, son killed in Manorville car crash laid to rest

Hundreds of family members and friends said goodbye today to a beloved Manorville mom and her son who were killed in a car crash last

MANORVILLE - Hundreds of family members and friends said goodbye today to a beloved Manorville mom and her son who were killed in a car crash last weekend. The caskets of Keri Trinca, 30, and her 7-year-old son Jason were carried into St. John the Evangelist Church side by side. They were killed when their car collided with a van on County Road 111 last Saturday. Family and friends were seen wearing yellow and purple today in honor of Jason's racing colors.

Four-year-old Marialena and 2-year-old Christopher survived the crash. Marialena remains at Stony Brook Hospital in critical condition.

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