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Distraught relatives and friends have farewelled a 15-year-old Melbourne schoolgirl, who was killed when she was struck by a train at Bentleigh last week.
The release of a white dove signalled the final farewell to Alana Nobbs.
Hundreds of mourners, many of them school friends, packed St Paul's Catholic Church at Bentleigh to remember the popular teenager.
Her death has prompted calls for improved safety and reinstatement of a pedestrian underpass at the railway station.
Many of the mourners at today's funeral wore pink - Alana's favourite colour.
Some had to be helped from the church after being overcome with emotion.
Classmates lined the street as the hearse carrying the pink flower-draped casket left the church for a private cremation.
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