Hundreds Mourn Woman Killed in Pathmark Shooting

The other victim, Bryan Breen, was laid to rest Wednesday

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    Family and friends mourn the shooting death of Bryan Breen in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Ida Siegal has the story. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012)

    A lengthy funeral procession made its way down Throckmorton Lane in Old Bridge Thursday, as hundreds turned out to mourn a young woman gunned down last week in a supermarket.

    Cristina LoBrutto, 18, was one of two people killed Friday by Terence Tyler, a former Marine who suffered from depression.

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    Bryan Breen 24, was laid to rest Wednesday at a funeral attended by more than 300 people.

    LoBrutto and Breen were shot and killed while working the overnight shift at Pathmark by Tyler, 23, a co-worker, who then killed himself. Tyler was discharged from the Marines in 2010.    

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    Family and friends of LoBrutto gathered at St. Ambrose Church to remember the teenager, who had recently graduated from high school and was planning to attend college.

    "The faces of all the people inside was more crying and mourning," said Richard Greene, who attended LoBrutto's funeral Thursday. "It's very difficult, frankly, for the whole community."

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