SHEBOYGAN COUNTY (WKOW) -- Thursday marked a grim anniversary; it's been ten years since the deadliest crash in Wisconsin history.
Mourners gathered in Sheboygan County to remember the 10 people killed in a crash on Interstate 43.
More than 40 vehicles were involved in the chain reaction crash in 2002.
Dozens of people were hurt.
Eva Balint lost her husband and son.
"Yeah, it was a big hole in the family. We did everything together. And then all of sudden there's two people missing and that's big," she said.
People impacted by the crash gather at a memorial each year, where they check on other families and make sure they're doing okay.
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