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Boston Police Prepare For Kennedy Funeral

August 28, 2009  | 

With hundreds of dignitaries, including President Obama, scheduled to attend Saturday morning's funeral for Senator Ted Kennedy, Boston police have prepared security measures for the event that include closing streets and informing the non-invited public not to expect to reach Mission Church, NECN.com reports.

The four living U.S. presidents and 44 U.S. Senators are expected to attend.

About a dozen streets around Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica, commonly known as the Mission Church, will be closed, including Tremont Street from Columbus Avenue to Hunington Avenue.

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