200 strangers attend funeral for homeless WWII Navy veteran

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(INSIDE EDITION) -- 91-year-old Serina Vine, a veteran of World War II, had no living relatives to attend her funeral. A friend used social media to get the word out when she found out only four people were expected at the homeless woman's memorial service.

More than 200 people showed up to mourn the loss of a stranger. Serina was laid to rest with full military honors at the Quantico National Cemetery in Virginia.

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