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Pauline Harrison " said: "To all who helped and tried to save people along with all the emergency services, thank you for all you havedone| s heartbreaking as is for everyone, you all did marvellous job.
It's heartbreaking because many of the children rescued in raids from Eugene to Miami had never been reported missing by their families, which means authorities never knew to look for them in the first place.
Camilla said she too had found the experience quite heartbreaking.
The fate of Capel Celyn was heartbreaking - but not as heartbreaking as the loss of almost 4,000 civilian lives on Merseyside between 1940 and 1942.
It's not career threatening or anything like that, but it is heartbreaking as we were really looking forward to seeing him run in the big novice races this spring.
NURSERY workers are facing the heartbreaking task of throwing out treasured toys after floods ravaged their building.
What is very heartbreaking is when Syrian people ask you why you think no one is able to find a solution for them.
He admits the situation is heartbreaking for the Ibrox men but reckons some positives could emerge from the crisis.
Deputy council leader Paul Brant said: "The things we are voting on are heartbreaking options.
It was heartbreaking to go out for something like that.
Dubai A court has dismissed an appeal by prosecutors for a tough sentence to be handed down on a woman who had a car accident after receiving the heartbreaking news by phone that her daughter had died.