3.N from Frederikshavn Gymnasium and Martec drove past a funeral at Sæby Church, they were not at all in doubt about what was the right thing to do. They got quickly turned off the music, took huerne and drove in silence, past the church, while the deceased's coffin was carried out.
It was noted by all the participants at the funeral and was also the big topic of conversation for the subsequent coffee, Michael Justesen, who is a director at TV2/Nord, and was one of the participants in the funeral, told Ekstra Bladet.
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He has written a posting on Facebook, where he pays tribute to the students, who were on board studentervognen. The advertisement has since gone viral and has been featured in several Danish media outlets on Sunday.
Also on influenceren Anders hemmingsen's Instagram, which is followed by over a million users, is the story been shared. And here too there is considerable praise for the 3.N to reap in the many comments from touched the danes. Among other from several well-known persons.
'I just hate when people picks the onions right next to me', is it, for example, from the tv presenter Ulla Essendrop, on the way suggesting that she had shed a tear when she read about the gesture of respect.
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the Story is not gone DF-politician Pia Kjærsgaards nose over. From his profile on the Instagram comment she:
'just so lovely to read <3 you are so touched, happy and proud. And believe in the future'.
For Extra Magazine elaborates Pia Kjærsgaard:
- It was simply so nice a lookup. I was quite touched when I read it. It was a really nice gesture by the students, and I can well understand that, to him, there lay spread out, would like to share the story.
- It is just nice to see that the story has been shared so much. It really deserves some respect, says Pia Kjærsgaard.
Inger Støjberg (V) have a comment for the north students:
'Where is it just nice reading! Beautiful young people', writes the former cabinet minister followed by a Flag-emoji.