Pulse Survivor on Vegas

Pulse Survivor on Vegas

Pulse Survivor on Vegas

Before Las Vegas, Pulse was the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

Florida officials are expressing their condolences at the loss of life during the latest worst mass shooting in modern American history. (AFP) The sole suspect in the shooting, the 64-year-old Paddock killed himself in his hotel room as a police SWAT team was about to break in.

Eyewitness Rachel de Kerf told CNN that the shooting "lasted for 10 to 15 minutes".

"It's important journalists do more than recognize this as a mass shooting, but also the overwhelming impact on the Latino community not just in Orlando, but the country", said NAHJ President Mekahlo Medina in June 2016.

Officials with the Orlando Regional Medical Center, which cared for numerous Pulse shooting victims and survivors, also encouraged blood donations.

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"They got a surge of a very large amount of people in a very short time frame", Alberts said.

Survivors of the Pulse Nightclub attack are responding to Sunday's Las Vegas massacre with words of support. "I refuse to take part in a moment of silence by a Congress that takes part in empty gestures rather than do something - anything - that could actually prevent these horrific acts from happening", Clark wrote in an online post after the Orlando shootings. "We need leadership now, and we must continue to demand it until our lawmakers either hear us - or we have new lawmakers".

Among the latter were organizations like the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists who jointly issued a statement past year to urge journalists to report the story accurately and refrain from using superlatives altogether "as comparing Sunday's tragedy to other incidents in history does it no justice", their statement read. With more than 400 at Las Vegas hospitals, the need will be even greater. "It's hard to sit down with somebody who says, "I understand what you're going through, ' but they don't", said Enakai, "so it was easier when the Boston people came and said, 'We understand" because they did understand". And if we don't want our own neighbors to be next, it's high time we set aside our differences and started to solve the problem'. They say the pattern of mass shootings must be answered with what Moulton refers to as "basic gun reform". "This type of tragedy can, and must be, avoided".

"It is our unique responsibility to help them with the information we have", Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said during a news conference Monday.

One Orlando Alliance, a coalition of LGBT organizations, is scheduled to hold a vigil Tuesday night for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. News is still coming out about the deadliest shooting in U.S. history....

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