Are funeral escorters responsible for car accidents during a procession?
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Yes there was a funeral procession. It was on the 2nd June 1914.
There is no reference of a funeral procession in teh original work
A funeral cortege.
Short answer is... no. But don't cut across the procession. MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE (EXCERPT) 257.654 Vehicles forming part of funeral procession; right-of-way; flags; passing through funeral procession with vehicle as civil infraction. Sec. 654. (1) A motor vehicle forming part of a funeral procession, when going to a place of burial, shall have the right of way over all other vehicles except fire apparatus, ambulances, and police patrol vehicles at a street or highway intersection… Read More
There is no specific collective noun for a group of funeral processions. The reason may be that it is rare for more than one funeral procession to occur at one time.
Depends on the purpose. A funeral procession, for example, is called a funeral procession. Otherwise, you could be thinking of a parade, you could be thinking of a convoy, you could be thinking of a traffic jam, etc.
We can cross the road after the funeral procession passes.
The procession of vehicles was preventing me from crossing the street. A jazz funeral includes a dancing procession to the burial site.
procession means:a group of people in marching in order as in a parade.
Who sang drmartin Luther king's favorite gospel song precious lord take my hand after his funeral procession in1968?
Marian Monroe sang after his funeral procession.
What is the purpose of the image of the funeral procession and the leper in the scene of A Christmas Carol?
Its a visualisation of what could happen to Scrooge. In the original story these are not smentioned i.e. A funeral procession and a leper
A funeral greeter cleans and drive funeral vehicles in a funeral procession. You have to place caskets in parlors or chaples to wake or funeral.
Traffic laws are a state matter so it depends on the laws in your particular state. Many states have laws that govern funeral processions and some of those laws specifically include a special exemption for emergency vehicles. Some have laws that cover only processions that have a police escort. Some state have no laws on that topic. On the other hand, all states have laws that mandate the right of way for emergency vehicles with… Read More
A funeral procession has the right-of-way unless the right-of-way is required by an emergency vehicle giving an audible signal.
According to: North Carolina Law § 20-157.1. Funeral processions. (a) As used in this section, a "funeral procession" means two or more vehicles accompanying the remains of a deceased person, or traveling to the church, chapel, or other location at which the funeral services are to be held, inwhich the lead vehicle is either a State or local law enforcement vehicle, other vehicle designated by a law enforcement officer or the funeral director, or the… Read More
The funeral director would lead, followed by the coffin then followed by the chief mourners.
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You must get out of the way for a procession. They are allowed to take over an intersection, and may go to the intersection without stopping. You are required to stop for a procession.
The funeral procession moved at a slow, steady pace.
there is no law
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The stadium where the funeral was held was filed to capacity and tens of thousands of people lined the streets that the funeral procession took.
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The term indicates a group in a line or file. Examples : The cars formed a long funeral procession as they drove down the avenue. The queen's procession included the royal family and dozens of the country's dignitaries.
The funeral of President John F. Kennedy is one of the most well known funerals in the history of the United States. There were six limousines in the President's funeral procession.
Her funeral was held at Netaji Stadium in Calcutta, India, and it was filled to capacity. Thousands more lined the procession route from the stadium to the Mother House where she was buried. Yes, it was a big funeral.
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Her funeral was held at Netaji Stadium in Calcutta, India, and it was filled to capacity. Thousands more lined the procession route from the stadium to the Mother House where she was buried.
In our Catholic Church, the pallbearers stand on the side of the casket and carry it. The casket would be at the head of the procession with the mourners following it, and the priest bringing up the end.
It"s a convoy of sorts- an organized procession-so- all participants have the running lights-Position On. I would imagine hearses and limousines used by Funeral directors have beefed-up electrical systems ( generators, distributors) rto handle the extra load.
Only Gatsby's dad, "Owl Eyes" and Nick were present. Nick had a Lutheran minister at the funeral and a procession of three cars went to the cemetery.
of course... the dead guy i n the hearse is in no big hurry.
There is no painting on his tomb, but in the funeral procession was carried his last oil painting, Transfiguration.
No you have it backwards they drive with them on anytime during the day.
so they can get to the place where the mass is and they can get there quick with out traffic and follow the other people
it does and the moles sing to it and its wife tryies to make another baby with it even it is dead and then she gets arrested!
What was the largest funeral procession ever held for a single person in the ancient and the modern history of mankind?
The funeral of Mr. C.N. Annadurai, the charismatic Chief Minister of the southern Indian state of Tamilnadu, in 1969 attracted the largest crowd in the history of the world, for a funeral.
How much feet do you give a police officer is directing traffic during a funeral procession you must give them?
100 feet of distance
after sunset and during inclimate weather is the law. daylight use is optional unless you are travelling in a funeral procession.
Yes, the estate is responsible for the funeral. Once all debts are resolved, then the remainder can be distributed.
Chambers Dictionary gives: "funeral n disposal of the dead ... low Latin funeralis and Latin funerarius, funereus, from Latin funus, funeris, a funeral procession." Can any Latin scholar tell us of any earlier history of the word?
If there is no money to pay funeral costs in the estate the executor is not personally responsible. The estate can be sued to have any assets sold and the funeral home is paid first.
The following is from the National Intelligencer, of Washington, D.C: The magnificent Funeral Car, which was used in the Procession last Saturday [Taylor's funeral procession, 13 July], and attracted so much attention from every beholder of the solemn pageant, was prepared, at very short notice, by Messrs. Haslup and Weeden, at their Coach Factory, in this city. The design was furnished by Mr. William H. Winter, who superintended the workmanship until the time the Car… Read More
I'm pretty sure that the answer is yes, but only if it turns red while it is in the intersection. If the light turns before the lead vehicle enters, then no. I work midnights and don't see too many funeral processions. Technically, no. Not at least without a police escort. However, out of respect, most people will stop and allow the procession to go through.
What are three US Presidents who were mourners as Lincoln's Funeral Train traveled across the country?
Future President Theodore Roosevelt, aged six viewed the Funeral procession at his Grandfather's home from a second floor window near Union Square in New York City. On 27 April former President Millard Fillmore and future President Grover Cleveland paid their respects at the procession in Buffalo.