Mourners Pay Their Respects At The Funerals Of Three Thai Buddhist Monks Killed On Christmas Eve

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A monk speaks to mourners a service of remembrance for three Thai... News PhotoAccidents and Disasters,Car,Christmas,Death,Edinburgh - Scotland,Horizontal,Industry,Monk - Religious Occupation,Mourner,Religion,Religious Service,Scotland,Spirituality,Talking,UKPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesEDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 02: A monk speaks to mourners a service of remembrance for three Thai Buddhist monks who died in a car crash on Christmas Eve, at Oakvale Funeral Home on January 2, 2013 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Abbot Phramaha Pranom Thongphaiboon, 43, head of the Thai Buddhist community in Aberdeen, was killed in a car crash on Christmas Eve along with his colleagues Phramaha Kriangkrai Khamsamrong, 35, and Phramaha Chai Boonma, 36. The three men were travelling to the Dhammapadipa Temple in Edinburgh when they were involved in the head-on collision on the A68 near Pathhead, Midlothian. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)