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Toni Mikulka places flowers at a makeshift memorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley

Toni Mikulka places flowers at a makeshift memorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley

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Neil Sands, President of the Irish Network Bay Area, lays an Irish flag atop two wreaths at the scene of a 4th-story apartment building balcony collapse in Berkeley, California June 16, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage

Neil Sands, President of the Irish Network Bay Area, lays an Irish flag atop two wreaths at the scene of a 4th-story apartment building balcony collapse in Berkeley, California June 16, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage

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Flowers are laid at a memorial near the scene of a 4th-story apartment building balcony collapse in Berkeley, California June 16, 2015. Six people were killed, including five young Irish citizens, and at least seven other people were injured when an apartment balcony collapsed early on Tuesday in the Californian city of Berkeley, Ireland's foreign minister said

Flowers are laid at a memorial near the scene of a 4th-story apartment building balcony collapse in Berkeley, California June 16, 2015. Six people were killed, including five young Irish citizens, and at least seven other people were injured when an apartment balcony collapsed early on Tuesday in the Californian city of Berkeley, Ireland's foreign minister said

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Brian O'Reilly has the latest updates from California as Ireland struggles to comprehend tragedy

 

 

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