A Delaware church is planning a prayer vigil for a family that lost one son to a terrorist bombing and had another hurt in a plane crash in North Carolina the next day.
Organizers said Tuesday that the vigil for the family of Robert and Julie Henn will start at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bethel Baptist Church in Wilmington, Del.
The Henns live in Raleigh, N.C., but they were longtime church members while living in Wilmington.
Twenty-five-year-old Nathan Henn was among 76 people killed Sunday by a pair of terrorist bombings in Kampala, Uganda.
Twenty-two-year-old Kyle Henn was flying home in a small plane that crashed at the Chapel Hill airport. Pilot Thomas Pitts, of Wilmington, was killed, and co-pilot Jim Donahue was injured.