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The mother of Krystle Campbell, center, led the processions of mourners out of the church after her daughter's funeral at St. Joseph Church in Medford on Monday.
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In the first funeral for victims of the Marathon bombings, Campbell was laid to rest in front of a capacity crowd at the church.
Mourners gathered to console each other outside of the church.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley, with scepter, helped officiate the funeral Mass, and met with Campbell's mother after.
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An overflow crowd of mourners lined the street outside the church.
Tears streamed from the faces of some of the mourners who exited the church after the funeral.
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Police lined the street as family, friends, and mourners arrived at Krystle Campbell's funeral.
Hundreds lined the streets near the site of the funeral.
Mourners outside the funeral in Medford.
A large police contingent escorted the hearse carrying Krystle Campbell.
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An honor guard from area fire departments saluted as the casket of Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell was carried into the church.
A sign in Medford Square near St. Joseph's Church in Medford.
A flag draped Medford City Hall Monday morning in honor of Boston Marathon victim Krystle Campbell, a native of the city.
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