The makeshift memorial attracts visitors who come to mourn and remember the 22 people who were killed at the nearby shopping complex. Signs of support include flowers and stuffed animals, candles, crosses and religious items.
Photos of victims offer glimpses of the people lost on Aug. 3. Signs with notes of solidarity and strength dot the length of roadside, sending a clear message to visitors — that El Paso stands together. KERA's Stella Chávez reported from El Paso and documented the memorial.