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Backlog In Cremation Services May Be Partially To Blame For Bodies At Brooklyn Funeral Home

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Backlog In Cremation Services May Be Partially To Blame For Bodies At Brooklyn Funeral Home

Backlog In Cremation Services May Be Partially To Blame For Bodies At Brooklyn Funeral Home

Mayor Bill de Blasio says the treatment of bodies at a Brooklyn funeral home is "unconscionable." Several dozen deceased were found in unrefrigerated rental trucks.

CBS2's Tony Aiello reports a backlog for cremation services may be partly to blame.


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