Dallas Police Honor Fallen Officers at Candlelight Vigil
Police held candles at a vigil at Dallas City Hall as they remembered the five officers killed in an ambush.
Family and friends of fallen police officers take part in a candlelight vigil at City Hall on July 11 in Dallas. Five Dallas police were killed when a sniper ambushed officers at a protest against police shootings on Thursday.
An honor guard carries portraits of the fallen officers.
Friends and family of fallen police officers arrive for the vigil.
Dallas police chief David Brown, center, takes part in the vigil. "It's going to be the most challenging thing in my life, to be quite honest with you," Brown told reporters Monday. "I don't know how I'm going to get through the week."
Dallas police officers take part in the "Dallas Strong" vigil.
A young girl in the section reserved for family of the slain police officers plays with a candle in front of portraits of the fallen officers.
A police officer holds up a candle at the vigil.
People participate in the vigil in Dallas City Hall Plaza.
Dallas police officers take part in a candlelight vigil at City Hall.
A woman holds up a candle at the vigil.
Police officers hold candles at the vigil.
A young boy sitting in the section reserved for family of the slain police officers lights a candle at the vigil.
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