Family remembers deadly car crash two years later

By Perry Russom

January 7, 2014 Updated Jan 8, 2014 at 12:33 AM EDT

Town of Union, NY (WBNG Binghamton) It's been two years since a car crash on Airport Road killed four people.

Two of them were children.

Family members met outside of the Greater Binghamton Sports Complex Tuesday evening for a candle light vigil.

Tyler Houghton and Joshua Henry were the two children who died in the crash.

They were 6 and 7 years old at the time, respectively.

"(Joshua) just loved everybody," said Ashley Wescott, a family friend. "He was always having fun and he would be the life of the party pretty much."

Two years later and Joshua's family says they continue to remember him in every way possible.

"We just want to remember how happy he was and how much we enjoyed the time we did have with him," said Wescott.

The two boys were passengers in a minivan that was hit head on.

They were being driven by their grandfather Joseph Plevinsky who died after having a heart attack while driving.

The passenger of the other car also died.

That was 56 year old Rose Kozlowski.