Guillermo Banchini, who survived an attack on this same bike path, stands with Mariana Dagatti, wife of Martin Marro of Argentina who is still hospitalized during a tribute Monday for five fellow citizens from Argentina who were killed Oct. 31, in New York.
Guillermo Banchini, who survived an attack on this same bike path, stands with Mariana Dagatti, wife of Martin Marro of Argentina who is still hospitalized during a tribute Monday for five fellow citizens from Argentina who were killed Oct. 31, in New York. Craig Ruttle AP
Guillermo Banchini, who survived an attack on this same bike path, stands with Mariana Dagatti, wife of Martin Marro of Argentina who is still hospitalized during a tribute Monday for five fellow citizens from Argentina who were killed Oct. 31, in New York. Craig Ruttle AP

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