Memorial grows for mom, son killed by car - Tucson News Now

Memorial grows for mom, son killed by car

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

People in the community are remembering a mom and son killed on their way to school Wednesday.

A memorial outside the school is growing with teddy bears, toys and flowers.

Anna Mentzer and her 7-year-old son, Ethan, were walking in a crosswalk near the intersection of Pima and Swan when they were hit by a car.

[READ MORE: SAD UPDATE: Authorities identify woman, 7-year-old son killed in midtown crash?]

Anna died at the scene while her son died at the hospital. They were on their way to St. Cyril of Alexandria School, where Ethan was a student. His mother also worked at the school.

People in the community have created a memorial outside the school to remember the family. On Wednesday, the day of the crash, people gathered at the catholic school for a vigil and a mass.

Grief counselors will be available at the school Thursday to help students cope. Classes will end around noon for fall break.

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