Hassan Dervish, an ice cream man of over 40 years, recently passed away in Southeast London, at the age of 62. To show solidarity, ice cream trucks drove down a city street together behind the funeral procession. Dervish's brother, Savash Turkel described the way "jingles from ice cream trucks, driven by colleagues who knew and admired Dervish, flooded the streets," reports The Washington Post. "The first one came and then there was another and then there was another. All of a sudden, there were probably 10 ice cream trucks that followed him all the way to the cemetery. There were so many ice cream trucks for my brother." The touching moment resounded with many, as a video posted by an onlooker went viral with over 10 millions views in just over a day.

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