Thousands of people packed into a sports hall in the Italian town of Pozzuoli on Tuesday to commemorate 38 people who died when a coach plunged 80 feet off a motorway viaduct in one of the worst road accidents in the country's history.
Many of the victims, including numerous young children, came from Pozzuoli, just outside the city of Naples, and many were related, adding to the sense of loss in the sweltering hall where the funeral was held.
"This tragedy has hit everyone. It was a punch to our hearts and affected all of the city," said Salvatore Gritti, who lost a friend in the crash. Read the full story.