JUPITER, Fla. --Funeral services honoring Jupiter Police Officer Bruce St. Laurent, who died while working in President Barack Obama's motorcade Sunday, have also been set for this Friday.
A viewing will be held this Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Aycock Funeral Home on 1112 Military Trail in Jupiter.
On Friday, a memorial service with final police honors, will be held at the Christ Fellowship North Campus Church, 5343 Northlake Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens beginning at 11 a.m.
Following the memorial service, a procession will depart to Riverside Memorial Park, 19351 SE County Line Road in Tequesta.
Following information from Jupiter Police Department:
Due to the number of law enforcement vehicles involved, the processional will likely be several miles in length. Law enforcement officers will be stationed at key intersections to assist and allow the procession to pass smoothly to its destination. The public should be alerted to the route as it will likely result in traffic delays.
The processional route will be as follows;
Departs church and heads East on Northlake Boulevard.
Turns North on Interstate I-95.
Turns East on Donald Ross Road.
Turns North on Military Trail (S.R. 809).
Continues North to Indiantown Road (S.R. 706)
Turns East on Indiantown Road (S.R. 706)
Turns North on Alternate A1A (S.R. 811).
Turns North on Old Dixie Highway.
Continues North on Old Dixie Highway.
Turns West on County Line Road.
Ends at 19351 SE County Line Road (Riverside Memorial Park).
The public will be allowed to pay their respects along the funeral route as long as it is safe to do so.
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