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(180818) -- GENOA (ITALY), Aug. 18, 2018 (Xinhua) -- People carry a coffin of a victim of the bridge collapse during a state funeral in the northwest Italian city of Genoa, on Aug. 18, 2018. Thousands of people gathered in Genoa on Saturday to mourn the victims of a dramatic bridge collapse that killed dozens of people earlier this week. (Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180818) -- GENOA (ITALY), Aug. 18, 2018 (Xinhua) -- People mourn during a state funeral to honor victims of the bridge collapse in the northwest Italian city of Genoa, on Aug. 18, 2018. Thousands of people gathered in Genoa on Saturday to mourn the victims of a dramatic bridge collapse that killed dozens of people earlier this week. (Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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TOPSHOT - A handout photo made available by the Quirinal Press Office shows Italian President Sergio Mattarella (L) paying respect to the victims before attending the State funeral, in Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Francesco AMMENDOLA / Quirinale Press Office / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / QUIRINALE PRESS OFFICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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TOPSHOT - A handout photo made available by the Quirinal Press Office shows Italian President Sergio Mattarella (L) meets relatives of victims before attending the State funeral, in Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Francesco AMMENDOLA / Quirinale Press Office / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / QUIRINALE PRESS OFFICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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A woman wipes a small white coffin of a victim of a collapsed highway bridge prior to the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia), APTOPIX
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People gather for a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia), APTOPIX
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People stand by a small white coffin of a child ahead of a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia), APTOPIX
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Incense is spread during a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Relatives mourn near the coffins of some of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge, laid in front of the altar, prior to the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Relatives mourn near the coffins of some of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge, laid in front of the altar, prior to the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A relative holds a teddy bear as she mourns near the coffin of a victim of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge, prior to the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Relatives of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge applaud Italian firefighters as they arrive to pay their respects at the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Andrea LEONI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Italian President Sergio Mattarella (R) pays his respects and meets relatives of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge, upon his arrival for the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Andrea LEONI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Archbishop of Genoa Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco (R) blesses the coffins during the state funeral of the victims of the Morandi Bridge collapse, in Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Autostrade per l'Italia Chief Executive Giovanni Castellucci gestures during a news conference about the collapsed Morandi Bridge held in an hotel downtown Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Grief gripped the Italian city of Genoa Saturday as thousands of mourners attended a state funeral to commemorate the victims of a bridge disaster that has sparked anger, while rescuers pulled more bodies from the wreckage. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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Women mourn over a coffin with the Albanian flag draped over it ahead of a state funeral, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and will include a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP), APTOPIX
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Relatives mourn near the coffins of some of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge prior to the start of the funeral service in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Excavators have begun clearing large sections of the collapsed highway bridge in the Italian city of Genoa in the search for people still missing three days after the deadly accident. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Coffins of some of the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge are laid in front of the altar prior to the start of the funeral service, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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A woman kisses a coffin ahead of a state funeral for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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People gather for a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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People gather at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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Players of the Campi Corniglianese soccer team gather by the coffin of their teammate Marius Djerri at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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A man holds up a sign with writing reading in Italian "In Italy, at maintenance it is preferred inauguration" and the recent floods? and the Vajont dam? The past doesn't teach anything to those who don't want to learn the lessons of history" as he stands outside the exhibition center Fiera di Genova where a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge is taking place, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Simone Arveda/ANSA via AP)
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People gather at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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White flowers are placed on the small white coffin of a child, at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa, ahead of the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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Players of the Campi Corniglianese soccer team gather by the coffin of their teammate Marius Djerri, left, at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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People stand by a small white coffin of a child ahead of a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Sampdoria's forward Fabio Quagliarella, left, and Genoa's defender Domenico Criscito arrive at the exhibition center Fiera di Genova to attend the funeral of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, 18 August 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Simone Arveda/ANSA via AP)
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Incense is spread during a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Genoa soccer team chairman Enrico Preziosi, center, is flanked by sports manager Giorgio Perinetti, left, and general manager Alessandro Zarbano as they arrive at the exhibition center Fiera di Genova to attend the funeral of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, 18 August 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Simone Arveda/ANSA via AP)
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Italian President Sergio Mattarella visits the site of a collapsed highway bridge, before attending a state funeral for some of the victims, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Francesco Ammendola/Quirinale Presidential press service via AP)
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Luigi Di Maio, Minister of Economic Development and Minister of Labor and Social Policies, center, arrives at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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Genoa and Sampdoria players arrive at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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Genoa and Sampdoria players arrive at the exhibition center Fiera di Genoa for the funeral service of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Nicola Marfisi)
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Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco blesses the coffin of nine-year-old Samuel Robbiano during a funeral service for some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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Sampdoria coach Marco Giampaolo, left, and chairman Massimo Ferrero, center, arrive at the exhibition center Fiera di Genova to attend the funeral of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge, in Genoa, Italy, 18 August 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (Simone Arveda/ANSA via AP)
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Coffins of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge are lined up during the funeral service, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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Italian President Sergio Mattarella, center, hugs a relative of a victim of a collapsed highway bridge, during a funeral for some of the victims, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, walks past relatives of some of the victims of a collapsed highway bridge at the end of their funeral service, in Genoa's exhibition center Fiera di Genova, Italy, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018. Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in Italy and includes a state funeral at the industrial port city's fair grounds for those who plunged to their deaths as the 45-meter (150-foot) tall Morandi Bridge gave way Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Archbishop of Genoa, Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco celebrates the mass of the state funeral of the victims of the Morandi Bridge collapse, in Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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Relatives and citizens mourn and attend the mass of the state funeral for the victims of the Morandi Bridge collapse, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Piero CRUCIATTI / AFP)
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President of the EU Parliament Antonio Tajani (L), Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini (3rd L) and Minister of Economic Development, Labour and Social Policies Luigi Di Maio (rear C) attend the mass of the funeral service for the victims of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge, in Genoa, on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Andrea LEONI / AFP)
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Italy's PM Giuseppe Conte (C) meets relatives at the end of the mass for the state funeral of the victims of the Morandi Bridge collapse, in Genoa on August 18, 2018. - Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by Andrea LEONI / AFP)
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(180818) -- GENOA (ITALY), Aug. 18, 2018 (Xinhua) -- A state funeral to honor victims of the bridge collapse is held in the northwest Italian city of Genoa, on Aug. 18, 2018. Thousands of people gathered in Genoa on Saturday to mourn the victims of a dramatic bridge collapse that killed dozens of people earlier this week. (Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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A woman is comforted as she mourns a victim of a collapsed highway bridge, at the Fiera di Genova exhibition center, where some of the victims are laid in state, in Genoa, Italy, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. A state funeral for most of the victims will take place in Genoa on Saturday. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni), APTOPIX
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A woman mourns a victim of a collapsed highway bridge, at the Fiera di Genova exhibition center, where some of the coffins are laid in state, in Genoa, Italy, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. A state funeral for most of the victims will take place in Genoa on Saturday. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni), APTOPIX
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Mourners sit by the coffins of some of the victims of the Morandi highway bridge collapse, in Genoa, Italy, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. Officials say 38 people are confirmed killed and 15 injured. Prosecutors say 10 to 20 people might be unaccounted-for and the death toll is expected to rise. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Relatives pray near the coffins of the victims of the Morandi bridge's collapse, in Genoa, on August 17, 2018. - Italy prepares to pay homage to the victims of the deadly bridge collapse as rescuers use diggers to claw through mountains of rubble in a desperate search for survivors, but some families are reportedly refusing the join the state memorial ceremony. A vast span of the Morandi bridge caved in during a heavy rainstorm in the northern port city of Genoa on August 14, 2018, sending about 35 cars and several trucks plunging 45 metres (150 feet) onto railway tracks below and killing at least 39 people. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Relatives pray and pay their respects near the coffin of a victim of the Morandi bridge's collapse, in Genoa, on August 17, 2018. - Italy prepares to pay homage to the victims of the deadly bridge collapse as rescuers use diggers to claw through mountains of rubble in a desperate search for survivors, but some families are reportedly refusing the join the state memorial ceremony. A vast span of the Morandi bridge caved in during a heavy rainstorm in the northern port city of Genoa on August 14, 2018, sending about 35 cars and several trucks plunging 45 metres (150 feet) onto railway tracks below and killing at least 39 people. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A mourner prays at the coffin of a victim of the Morandi bridge collapse in Genoa, on August 17, 2018. - Grieving relatives wept over coffins of dozens of victims of Genoa's bridge collapse on August 17, 2018, as controversy clouded a planned state funeral, while rescuers pressed on with their formidable search for those missing in the rubble. Fury is growing over the shock collapse of the Morandi bridge, a decades-old viaduct that crumbled in a storm on August 14 killing at least 38 people, with Italian media reporting that some outraged families would shun August 19's official commemorations. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP)
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