One Los Angeles funeral home is averaging about 30 body removals a day — six times its normal rate.
"What do you mean she's breathing?" the woman's stunned mother asked officials, hours after she was told her daughter had died.
The overwhelmed funeral home resorted to putting dozens of bodies in the rented vehicles.
An untold number of burials around the globe are going forward with nothing more than a priest, a funeral home employee and a single loved one.
You have to be comfortable talking to grieving families and also making small talk as the crematory operator pokes a burning skull.
When part of your job is embalming, the rules change a little.
One family lost at least seven people.
"It’s disgusting,” the man's fiancee told ABC Action News.
A blocked storage tank line caused the gruesome sight.
The man allegedly suffered a “post-traumatic stress reaction” after working on a decapitated woman and child.