Family of Bronx SUV Crash Struggling to Cope
NEW YORK (AP) - The husband of one of the seven victims who died when their SUV plunged down a New York City ravine says he's having a hard time thinking or even feeling.
Juan Ramon Rosario spoke Monday outside the Bronx home of his sister-in-law, Maria Gonzalez. She drove the SUV that fell more than 50 feet off a highway overpass Sunday.
His wife, Maria Nunez, and two daughters were also killed.
Rosario spoke in Spanish. His cousin, who translated, quotes him as saying, "He can't think, he can't feel. ... It's like death."
Maria Gonzalez's daughter and her parents also died in the crash on the grounds of the Bronx Zoo.
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