Healing a broken city after ‘horrific time for everybody’
October 30, 2018
Leicester, England (CNN)No words can soothe heartbreak, which is why Leicester has fallen silent. It is a city stunned, a city grieving.
On an October day cold enough to freeze breath, little was said as players and staff of Leicester City gathered, heads bowed, outside the King Power Stadium to observe the ever-increasing field of flowers, shirts and scarves now serving as a memorial to the club’s owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Amid the hushed tones and the rustling of cellophane wrappers containing countless flowers, the former England international Jamie Vardy placed a consoling arm around Srivaddhanaprabha’s son, Aiyawatt, as the pair gazed at the messages written in tribute to the beloved billionaire killed in a helicopter crash
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