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Published: Tuesday, February 8, 2011, 12:45 p.m.

Streaming video from the memorial

EVERETT — Below is live streaming video of today's motorcade and public memorial for corrections officer Jayme Biendl, thanks to our friends at KIRO-TV. Thousands of mourners from across the state are paying homage to Biendl at the service in Everett.

Biendl was killed Jan. 29 while working at her post in the chapel at the Washington State Reformatory in Monroe.

Hundreds of Biendl's co-workers from the prison at Monroe were expected to attend the afternoon memorial service at Comcast Arena. Every staff member at Monroe was given the opportunity to attend, correctional complex spokeswoman Cathy Kopoian said. Monroe has around 1,200 employees, including about 775 corrections officers.

(This event has concluded.)

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