London Pena, 6, died in an Aug. 3, 2015 car crash. A woman has been arrested in connection with the wreck.
London Pena, 6, died in an Aug. 3, 2015 car crash. A woman has been arrested in connection with the wreck. Family photo Courtesy
London Pena, 6, died in an Aug. 3, 2015 car crash. A woman has been arrested in connection with the wreck. Family photo Courtesy

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