As Massachusetts, the nation, and the world continues to search for answers following Monday's tragic bombing in Boston, on Tuesday evening "Piers Morgan Live" invited CNN's Chris Cuomo to share insight he's gathered since arriving at the scene of the deadly attack.
Earlier in the afternoon, Cuomo sat down with Lillian Campbell, the grandmother of one of three people to have perished as a result of the explosions.
Remembering her granddaughter, Campbell proudly explained the bond they shared throughout her life:
"My whole heart and soul, she was in. And she made me feel that way. She made me happy. I used to look forward to her coming over to see me," said Lillian, of the late Krystle Campbell. "She never complained of what she wanted, or talked about it that much. She just used to say 'We'll just take one day at a time Nana.'"
As images of the 29-year-old Krystle appeared on a television in the room with Cuomo and Campbell, Lillian revealed what she was feeling at the time:
"I wish I could go up and grab her and kiss her and hug her. I can still feel it," Lillian told the CNN broadcaster. "I'm having a hard time when I see her on the TV. It's killing me inside."
Watch the clip, and listen further, as Lillian Campbell shares the story of how her granddaughter insisted on moving in with her after she fell ill.
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