CHICAGO (CBS) — The Edwardsville community came together Friday to remember the six Amazon workers killed last weekend when a tornado touched down in Edwardsville.
One mother laying her son to rest says she’s grateful for the support.READ MORE: Bucktown Woman Shaken After Being Carjacked During Saturday Morning Spree, And She's Not The First Victim In Her Family
“The outpouring of love and support for my son and for all the others who lost their lives in this tragic event has been just tremendous,” said Carla Cope.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Dangerous Wind Chills For Next 2 Nights
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OSHA is investigating why they weren’t in a shelter in place location.