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Hundreds of New Yorkers, many of them Nepalese, gathered in Queens over the weekend to honor the more than 2,500 people killed by a massive earthquake in Kathmandu.
Mourners lit candles Saturday and left flowers on 37 th Road in Jackson Heights. Last night, residents with Nepalese roots were expected to hold a fundraiser there to help in the quake’s deadly aftermath.
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I you wish to help the recover efforts there are several international orginaztions and charities to donate to. Click on the orginzation to find out how you can help.
All photos by Carlos Llamas.