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Hart Island is A 101-acre speck of land in Long Island Sound – the country's largest Potter's field for the unknown, the unclaimed, or those too poor to afford a burial – is a final destination for many victims of COVID-19
New York City's Hart Island: An overlooked final resting place
Great video and historical article about Hart Island (which I wrote about before), where New York's unidentified or unclaimed dead are buried. There was over a 90 percent increase in the first 3 months of this year from last year.
This drone footage captures NYC workers burying bodies in a mass grave on Hart Island, just off the coast of the Bronx. For over a century, the island has served as a potter’s field for deceased with no known next of kin or families unable to pay for funerals.
Drone footage has captured the moment a mass burial appears to be taking place on Hart Island, in New York City. The island is where the city buries its unidentified and unclaimed bodies. Follow all the latest updates ➡️ 📷: John Minchillo/AP Photo
More bodies are being buried in trenches like this in Hart Island off the Bronx as New York's #coronavirus death toll rises. New York reported its deadliest day on Thursday with 824 deaths in one day. More @business : outbreak #coronavirusoutbreak