New York - Hundreds Line Up To Attend Koch's NYC Funeral
New York - About 350 people were already standing in lines over an hour before Ed Koch’s Manhattan funeral.
Some streets were closed Monday morning around Temple Emanu-El, at 65th Street and Fifth Avenue.
The crowd braved temperatures in the low 20s and a fierce wind while waiting in two lines outside the temple. But the skies were bright blue.
Helicopters hovered overhead. The area also was filled with TV satellite trucks.
Six motorcycle officers were at the ready near 66th Street and Madison.
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