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In pictures: Toronto bids farewell to Constable John Zivcic

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Memorial service was held for Constable John Zivcic, at the Toronto Congress Centre on Dec. 9 2013.

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The funeral for Const. Zivcic has drawn thousands of mourners. Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair, as well a Premier Kathleen Wynne, will speak at the funeral.

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Police officers carry the casket of Const. John Zivcic at the memorial service in Toronto, Ontario Monday, December 9, 2013.

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Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair salutes as the hearse carrying Const. John Zivcic arrives at the memorial service in Toronto, Ontario Monday, December 9, 2013.

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Three thousand marching Toronto Police officers arrived to pay their respects to Const. Zivcic on Dec. 9 2013.

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Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair walks past officers as they line the route waiting for the hearse containing Constable John Zivcic's casket to arrive at his memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013. Const. Zivcic died in a collision last week. The 34-year-old officer was responding to an emergency call about an impaired driver on Nov. 30 when his police cruiser collided with another vehicle.

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Officers arrive at the memorial service for Const. John Zivcic in Toronto, Ontario Monday, December 9, 2013. Zivcic succumbed to injuries that he suffered in a crash that occurred as he was responding to a call about an impaired driver.

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Officers arrive at the memorial service for Const. John Zivcic in Toronto, Ontario Monday, December 9, 2013. Zivcic succumbed to injuries that he suffered in a crash that occurred as he was responding to a call about an impaired driver

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne (left) takes her seat in front of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford (centre left) as they attend Toronto Police Officer carry Constable John Zivcic's memorial service in Toronto on Monday December 9 2013.

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Police officers carry Constable John Zivcic's casket into his memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013. Const. Zivcic died in a collision last week. The 34-year-old officer was responding to an emergency call about an impaired driver on Nov. 30 when his police cruiser collided with another vehicle.

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Family members attend Toronto Police Constable John Zivcic's memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013. Const. Zivcic died in a collision on Nov. 30 when his police cruiser collided with another vehicle while responding to an emergency call about an impaired driver.

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Family members attend Toronto Police Constable John Zivcic's memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013. Const. Zivcic died in a collision last week. The 34-year-old officer was responding to an emergency call about an impaired driver on Nov. 30 when his police cruiser collided with another vehicle.

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Family members are escorted into Toronto Police Constable John Zivcic’s memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013.

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Family of Const. John Zivcic react as they leave the memorial service for the young police officer in Toronto. Zivcic succumbed to injuries that he suffered in a crash that occurred as he was responding to a call about an impaired driver.

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