Family and friends overwhelmed as Bulgin brothers laid to rest
Family and friends of Tavaris and Tavaughn Bulgin were inconsolable on Tuesday, as the men were laid to rest at the family plot, in Deeside, Trelawny.
The funeral service which was the third event held to celebrate the lives of the brothers, who died after jumping from a bridge in the united states in august, took place at the Hastings baptist church.
Despite efforts to contain their emotions, family and friends of the brothers were overwhelmed, as they saw the caskets being lowered into the ground.
Earlier on, the brothers were remembered as talented and loving, during tributes.
Andrew Duffus a friend of Tavaughn who represented chancellor hall, where Tavaugnn resided at the University of the West Indies, said they were like brothers.
Meanwhile Shamara Bailey said she knew Tavaris from they were children.
She said he was a very jovial individual.
And god mother of the boys Colleta Campbell broke down in tears as she described the brothers.
Hundreds of people attended the funeral service.