NEWBURY, MASS. (WHDH) – The family of a woman who died in a car crash last week is hoping her work will live on as they reopen their farm stall in Byfield.
Susan Sforza Nico was killed last week when a driver crashed into the farm’s greenhouses. Her family has run the farm stand for years and reopened it on Saturday when customers came out to offer their help.
“We left notes on our cars, we offered all kinds of help. People brought food and flowers and sent us their love,” said Tammy Sforza, Susan’s sister. “Without her it doesn’t work”
Susan was the youngest of seven children and helped grow the flowers that were sold on Saturday. Tammy said the family will close the stand for the season after they’re all sold, and asked customers to post photos of their flowers and plants on the stand’s Facebook page so they can see the results of Susan’s hard work.
“If we can finish our season in the next few days that would be great because then we can move on with our feelings, our emotions and everything,” said Tammy Sforza. “She was the anchor, and now we’re just adrift.”
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