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Community of sorrow emerges as strangers pay tribute to victims of Toronto van attack
'You were surrounded by love.' A memorial dedicated to the victims of Monday's van attack continues to grow, as people pay their respects. More victims have been identified - a single mom, a chef, an elderly woman. Watch now.
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