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Growing memorial outside Dutch Embassy in D.C.

Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 00:38

People are bringing flowers, stuffed animals, and cards to the Dutch Embassy in D.C. to express their condolences for the lives lost in the Malaysian plane crash. Linda So reports.

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Offering flowers and sympathy, people are heading to the Dutch Embassy in D.C. to express their condolences for the lives lost in the Malaysian plane crash. Most of the people on board the flight were from the Netherlands. All 298 passengers were killed when the jetliner was shot down over Ukraine. A memorial of flowers, stuffed animals, and cards is growing outside the gates of the Dutch Embassy. On Friday, people gathered there to hold a candlelight vigil. The Embassy will open its doors to the public on Monday and Tuesday to invite people to sign a book of condolences.

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Growing memorial outside Dutch Embassy in D.C.

Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 00:38