Long Island News
Wake held for teen struck by subway
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (WABC) -- A Long Island community mourned the death of a popular teenager killed when he tried to cross the subway tracks.
Family and friends gathered for a wake for Liam Armstrong at a funeral home in Hauppauge Saturday.
A funeral will be held Monday at Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church in Nesconset.
Armstrong died after being struck by an uptown No. 2 train at Broadway and West 79th Street on Tuesday.
He was in the city celebrating his 18th birthday with friends.
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