New York City funeral home that stored dozens of bodies in rental trucks shut down

The license for the Andrew T. Cleckley funeral home in Brooklyn was suspended in April after police discovered nearly 100 decomposing bodies inside the two non-refrigerated U-Haul trucks.
0:28 | 11/17/20

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Doing new and at a funeral home in Brooklyn has been shut down months after bodies were found decomposing. In a truck outside the facility injured T collect glee funeral services which shuttered for egregious violations at the height of the pandemic. Back in April dozens of bodies are found inside a U hall outside the funeral home and other remains were discovered throughout the building. Owner Andrew correctly has not been find 68000. Dollars and stripped of his funeral director license.

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