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Police funeral will be open to the public

Police have listed additional details for the viewing, funeral and processional service for Officer Chris Yung, who was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 31. The viewing and funeral are open to the public and police are asking that members of the community line a procession route following the funeral, as the family make their way to a private reception.

Police funeral will be open to the public

· Viewing Service: *OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Thursday evening, January 3rd, 6:00PM-9:00PM

Hylton Memorial Chapel - 14640 Gideon Dr, Woodbridge




· Funeral Service: *OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Friday morning, January 4th, 10:00AM

Hylton Memorial Chapel – 14640 Gideon Dr, Woodbridge




· Procession Service:

Following funeral service, January 4th, tentatively around noon

*DUE TO EXPECT ATTENDANCE AND PARKING, WE ARE REQUESTING THE PUBLIC LINE THE PROCESSION ROUTE IN LIEU OF ATTENDING THE SERVICE

Left onto Gideon Dr

Right onto Dale Blvd

Left onto Benita Fitzgerald Dr

Left onto Cardinal Dr

Short pause at the Eastern District [Garfield] Police Station

Right onto Jefferson Davis Hwy, RT 1

Right onto Dumfries Rd, continuing on Prince William Pkwy

Right onto University Blvd

Left onto Freedom Center Blvd

Short pause at the Western District Police Station

Left onto Wellington Rd

Left onto Prince William Pkwy, continuing on Dumfries Rd

Right onto Jefferson Davis Hwy, RT 1

Short pause at the Iwo Jima Memorial [RT 1 and Joplin Rd]

Procession will continue to a private reception
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