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Crowds line streets for Mandela's funeral cortege

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Tens of thousands of mourners turned out as Nelson Mandela's flag draped casket journeyed through the streets of Pretoria for his final day of his lying in state. The government said more than 50,000 paid their respects Friday, causing such a crush of people, officials asked others to stay away from the park-and-ride facilities set up to take mourners to the area. At the Pretoria Showgrounds, one of the park-and-ride points, the crowd broke through the metal entrance gate when officers tried to stop people coming through. Some fell to the ground and hundreds streamed past before order was restored. On another access road, police had to force back people trying to break through crowd barriers. The day ended without further incident as the body of South Africa's first black president, who died last week aged 95, was moved by police motorcade back to the country's main military hospital for a final night. On Saturday Ma

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