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Laying wreaths to remember soldiers killed

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Hundreds of people spent the day in Gettysburg National Cemetery, laying wreaths to remember soliders killed.   The wreath laying began 7 years ago by Gettysburg natives John and Susan Mccolley after losing their son Eric in a helicopter accident.  This year,  more than 16 hundred wreaths were laid.  The Mccolleys also place wreaths in Quantico National Cemetery in Virginia where Eric is buried and tomorrow.,  hundreds of volunteers will lay 54 hundred wreaths there as well.