Huntington Station woman celebrates 108th birthday with socially distanced parade

A Huntington Station woman who lived through the Spanish flu and now coronavirus celebrated her 108th birthday with a socially distanced parade.
Rosalia Zona got to celebrate with her family, neighbors and Huntington Town officials.
Zona was born in 1912, just a few months after the Titanic sank. She was born in New York and raised her family in Queens.
Zona has lived in Huntington Station for the past 50 years, and her family tells News 12 she's fluent in English, Italian, Spanish and French.
She's also a Yankees fan.
As a treat, Zona sang "Besame Mucho," one of her favorite songs.
She has five children and is one of Huntington's longest living residents.