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Orlando City Soccer supporters brought banners to the vigil. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Voices From Sunday Night’s Pulse Vigil In Orlando

Lake Eola reflected the light of thousands of candles Sunday night in a huge vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting. An estimated 50,000 people came to downtown Orlando to hear leaders from the city and county, and the LGBT and Latino communities reflect on the last week and raise a candle for the 49 killed and 53 wounded.
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Pulse Shooting

Photo gallery: Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Here’s a collection of the WMFE news team’s images of the Pulse Nightclub shooting and aftermath. We will continue to update this collection. More coverage of the shooting is at wmfe.org. Photos by Renata Sago, Catherine Welch, Amy Green, Brendan Byrne, Abe Aboraya, Jenny Babcock, Patrick Dalton, Matthew Peddie, Crystal Chavez  
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Governor Rick Scott gives 4Rivers a hand serving patrons. The restaurant, usually closed on Sundays, opened it’s doors to raise money for Pulse charities. Photo: Governor’s Office
Pulse Shooting

Orlando Businesses Raise Funds For Pulse Victims

From barbecue to beers – the Orlando business community came together over the weekend to raise money for the victims and families of the Pulse nightclub shooting. In only a week, those efforts have raised more than $10 million for the victims’ families and survivors. Residents did their part by heading out to local businesses across the City Beautiful to help in the fundraising effort.
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