Wake held for boy killed in Cold Spring Harbor boat tragedy

Family and friends began the painful process of saying goodbye today to the kids killed when a boat capsized in Oyster Bay on the Fourth

NORTHPORT - Family and friends began the painful process of saying goodbye today to the kids killed when a boat capsized in Oyster Bay on the Fourth of July. A wake was held today for 12-year-old David Aureliano, one of the victims of the deadly boat accident. Wake services for David continue tomorrow in Northport as authorities investigate what went wrong that night. Wakes will be held for David's cousin, Harlie Treanor, Sunday and Monday in Huntington. There's no word yet on arrangements for the youngest victim, Victoria Gaines, who would have turned 8 yesterday.

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