Haywards Heath fire station joins in national minute’s silence for Tunisia victims

Haywards Heath Fire Station observe minute's silence
Haywards Heath Fire Station observe minute's silence

Haywards Heath fire station observed one minute’s silence at noon today (Friday July 3) for the victims of last Friday’s Tunisia shooting.

The station was one of several across the county taking part in the silence.

Burgess Hill’s Martlets Shopping Centre was also due to join in the nationwide tribute.

Flags have been flown at half mast across the UK and the Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron also paid their respects.

Thirty-eight people - including 30 Britons - were killed in the beach attack a week ago.

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