People place candles in front of a memorial during a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Berkeley balcony collapse in Berkeley, California June 17, 2015. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
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The bodies of five Irish students killed in a balcony collapse in California were set to return home Saturday, and a sixth Irish-American victim was buried in the state, as parents appealed for privacy to mourn the deaths.The parents of the five Irish students killed in the accident thanked the community for its support and applauded the victims' friends for the response after the balcony crashed to the ground.The five Irish citizens were to be sent back to Ireland Saturday, the statement said, while an Irish-American student was buried in Sonoma, California earlier in the day.
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