The funeral procession for Marine Staff Sgt. David Wyatt, one of five U.S. service members murdered last week in Chattanooga, Tennessee, by a Kuwait-born Muslim shooter, was “a thing to behold.”
That was the description offered by WTVC of the remarkable procession that wound for miles. On a sweltering hot day, hundreds, even thousands, turned out to line the road.
THE VIEW FROM A T-DOT CAMERA: Check out how many folks have turned out for Staff Sergeant David Wyatt’s funeral procession.Our live coverage continues on the air & online, at www.newschannel9.com & m.newschannel9.com.#RiPDavidWyatt#ChattanoogaUnited
Posted by WTVC-TV NewsChannel 9 News on Friday, July 24, 2015
The Chattanooga Police Department posted a video taken along the route of the funeral procession on social media that offers a good perspective of how many people took the time to pay their respects.
— Chattanooga Police (@ChattanoogaPD) July 24, 2015