Touching! George Bush sees his father’s coffin on the train in the rain.

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Touching! George Bush sees his father’s coffin on the train in the rain.

2018-12-07 20:25:39 20 ℃
On Thursday, when Bush’s private funeral ended in Houston, heavy rain poured down. However, Bush’s eldest son, George W. Bush and his younger son, Jeb, were proud of the fact that they stood proudly watching the military’s honor guards carrying their father’s coffin on the train, but they were not afraid of the rain. Bush and Jeb, accompanied by his wife, stood in front of the family, and the guard of honor carried the old Bush with the flag of the coffin in front of them. As the rain slowly diminished, other family members also collected their umbrellas. But then the rain grew bigger, and everyone except Bush, Jeb and their wives opened a big black umbrella. These two couples are still persevering, put their hands on their hearts, and pay tribute to their father when the band plays music. The old Bush's coffin was carried into the sixth carriage of the train. This is a modified luggage transporter with a transparent car surface that allows for mourning on the track. Watch the coffin. After a member of the Allied Honor Guard salutes George W. Bush’s coffin, Bush’s family lays down his hand. Then, Bush and his wife Laura began to walk to the train, followed by Jeb, Columba and other family members. The team arrived at Texas A&M University Station around 4 pm, and then the Bush Wing was taken to the university's presidential library, where he would be buried next to his wife Barbara and daughter Robin.