Massive turnout as community supports man whose wife was killed in El Paso shooting

Strangers showed their support for a widower whose wife was killed in the Walmart massacre after he said he doesn't have any other family in the area.
2:32 | 08/17/19

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Now to El Paso strong. The community coming together to show support for a widower whose wife was killed in the Walmart massacre after he said he doesn't have any other family members. Kaylee Hartung in El Paso. She has the emotional outpouring. Good morning, Kaylee. Reporter: Good morning Eva. Antonio Vasko lost the love of his life. His best friend. He was afraid he would have to bury her alone. He told the funeral home anyone was welcome to join him for her memorial service. What happened next it shows us what it means to be El Paso strong. I love y'all, man. This is wonderful. Reporter: Antonio Vasko has spent the days in shock. His wife of 22 years gone. What you see here is a different kind of disbelief. I love y'all. Reporter: When his wife was killed in a Walmart El Paso, afraid he would mourn her alone, he welcomed anyone to attend. Social media went into action. El Paso people filling the streets. I told my family we have to be there as a family. All of us. It is people from all walks of life, any and every type coming together and showing support for someone that they never met before. That to me is the heart and soul of El Paso. Reporter: Some 30 FBI personnel like special agent Daniel ma Ramos among the hundreds here waiting for hours to pay their respects. Each person grieving this loss in their own way. You can only donate so much blood, buy so many t-shirts. Showing up here means something different. It feels emotional. We love you. Thank you. We got your back. Reporter: Just days ago they were strangers. In tragedy Antonio has found family. This make-shift memorial has been Antonio's refuge over the past two weeks. All hours through the day and through nights he can be seen here at his wife's cross. She will be laid to rest today. If yesterday was any indication, he won't be alone. Whit, we imagine he'll have hundreds again by his side. An incredible showing of strength and love. Kaylee Hartung in El Paso. We want to turn to Hong

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