Entry To The Line To See Queen Elizabeth II Lie In State Paused After Reaching Capacity

Entry to the line to see queen elizabeth ii lie in state paused after reaching capacity

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The miles-long line of members of the public waiting to see Queen Elizabeth II lying in state was closed to new joiners for at least six hours Friday morning.

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