Hundreds Show Up To Give Honor To A Family That Died In Omaha Fire

Friends and family gathered to honor the lives of a mother and her three children killed in an Omaha fire. More than 300 people turned out at a catholic church in Omaha for a mass service. Thirty-five-year-old Maria Hernandez-Montanez, and three of her five daughters, six-year-old Candy, three year-old Onhalace and one year old Daleyela, all died in the blaze. Songs were sung in spanish and guitars and violins filled the church with music. Guests were given small, silver angels to remember those killed in the fire. The woman's husband and two older daughters, survived the fire. But one of the girls is still hospitalized for her injuries.  Fire investigators still have not confirmed the cause of that fire.