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Hundreds pay respect to murdered Manchester police officer

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Jessie, the five-year-old daughter of Greater Manchester Police constable Fiona Bone's partner Clare Curran, watches as the coffin of Fiona Bone is taken into Manchester Cathedral for her funeral service on Oct. 4, in Manchester, England.

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The coffin of police Constable Fiona Bone leaves Manchester Cathedral after her funeral service on Oct. 4, in Manchester, England.

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A portrait of Greater Manchester Police constable Fiona Bone is carried into Manchester Cathedral for her funeral service.

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Police officers listen to the funeral service for Greater Manchester Police Officer Fiona Bone outside Manchester Cathedral on Oct. 4, in Manchester, England.

According to the BBC, hundreds of police officers and members of the public lined the streets of Manchester, England  as the cortege carrying slain police officer, Fionna Bone went past.

Bone, 32, and her police colleague Nicola Hughes, 23, were killed as they responded to what they thought was a routine burglary call in Mottram, Greater Manchester and were murdered in a gun and grenade attack. The funeral of Hughes took place at the cathedral yesterday.

Local man Dale Cregan, 29, appeared before Manchester Magistrates last week accused of four murders, including those of PC Nicola Hughes and PC Fiona Bone on September 18.

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