People gather to mourne victims, including 116 children, killed when Half a million tons of coal mining waste (a "tip") collapsed and crashed down a hillside onto Pantglas Junior School, burying both the school and 20 nearby houses in the village of Aberfan, Wales, UK, on October 21, 1966. View of the village, as three British sailors walk downhill on the sidewalk, past mourners walking uphill, on October 27th, to participate in a mass funeral for children who perished. A line of caskets is seen surrounded by flowers. Mourners gather on the side of the hill for the funeral service. Mourners place tributes on a huge cross of flowers laid out on the hillside
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