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Utahns Mourn Victims of Spain Bombings

Utahns Mourn Victims of Spain Bombings

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John Daley reportingUtahns pay tribute to the victims of the devastating terrorist bombings in Spain.

The flag is at half staff at the Utah State Capitol after a somber ceremony.

The governor and Utah's Honorary Consul of Spain led three minutes of silence for the victims of last week's bloody attacks.

Then they lowered the flag and, fighting a stiff wind, lit candles.

Many tears were flowing as Utah's Spanish community reflected on what's happened back in their homeland.

Governor Walker declared today- a day of mourning and solidarity with Spain and the Spanish community residing in Utah.

It was a very moving ceremony Monday night.

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