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’49 Pulses’ tells horror of Pulse nightclub mass shooting; film playing in Plant City

PLANT CITY — A new film now playing in Plant City tells the real-life horror of the Pulse nightclub shooting June 12, 2016, through the eyes of those who survived the massacre that left 49 people dead and dozens injured.

An unidentified victim in the indie documentary describes what it was like to be trapped in a bathroom while the gunman, Omar Mateen, methodically killed others also trapped inside the Orlando club that was popular with gays and Latinos.

“As soon as he enters the bathroom it was pop, pop, pop,” the man said. “Roughly an hour and a half went by and he shot again. So we were like, this man is looking to exterminate all of us.”

Charlie Minn, director of the 90-minute documentary called “49 Pulses,” said he was driven to make the film because so many of the

Read more at: http://www.newschief.com/news/20180204/49-pulses-tells-horror-of-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting-film-playing-in-plant-city

’49 Pulses’ tells horror of Pulse nightclub mass shooting; film playing …

PLANT CITY — A new film now playing in Plant City tells the real-life horror of the Pulse nightclub shooting June 12, 2016, through the eyes of those who survived the massacre that left 49 people dead and dozens injured.

An unidentified victim in the indie documentary describes what it was like to be trapped in a bathroom while the gunman, Omar Mateen, methodically killed others also trapped inside the Orlando club that was popular with gays and Latinos.

“As soon as he enters the bathroom it was pop, pop, pop,” the man said. “Roughly an hour and a half went by and he shot again. So we were like, this man is looking to exterminate all of us.”

Charlie Minn, director of the 90-minute documentary called “49 Pulses,” said he was driven to make the film because so many of the survivors

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20180204/49-pulses-tells-horror-of-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting-film-playing-in-plant-city

’49 Pulses’ tells horror of Pulse nightclub mass shooting; film playing in Plant City

PLANT CITY — A new film now playing in Plant City tells the real-life horror of the Pulse nightclub shooting June 12, 2016, through the eyes of those who survived the massacre that left 49 people dead and dozens injured.

An unidentified victim in the indie documentary describes what it was like to be trapped in a bathroom while the gunman, Omar Mateen, methodically killed others also trapped inside the Orlando club that was popular with gays and Latinos.

“As soon as he enters the bathroom it was pop, pop, pop,” the man said. “Roughly an hour and a half went by and he shot again. So we were like, this man is looking to exterminate all of us.”

Charlie Minn, director of the 90-minute documentary called “49 Pulses,” said he was driven to make the film because so many of the survivors

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20180204/49-pulses-tells-horror-of-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting-film-playing-in-plant-city

’49 Pulses’ tells horror of Pulse nightclub mass shooting

PLANT CITY — A new film now playing in Plant City tells the real-life horror of the Pulse nightclub shooting June 12, 2016, through the eyes of those who survived the massacre that left 49 people dead and dozens injured.

An unidentified victim in the indie documentary describes what it was like to be trapped in a bathroom while the gunman, Omar Mateen, methodically killed others also trapped inside the Orlando club that was popular with gays and Latinos.

“As soon as he enters the bathroom it was pop, pop, pop,” the man said. “Roughly an hour and a half went by and he shot again. So we were like, this man is looking to exterminate all of us.”

Charlie Minn, director of the 90-minute documentary called “49 Pulses,” said he was driven to make the film because so many of the

Read more at: http://www.newschief.com/news/20180204/49-pulses-tells-horror-of-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting

Mourners Mark First Anniversary of Pulse Nightclub Mass Shooting

Artist Yuriy Karabash hugs a family member of a victim of the shooting in front of his mural that commemorates the one-year anniversary at the memorial service for victims of the mass shooting at Pulse.

The mural features the 49 victims placed in individual rainbow colored hearts. Hand prints of first responders, along with the victims’ closest friends and relatives, are placed around the paintings of the victims to give remembrance and pay respects.

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Read more at: http://www.nbcnews.com/slideshow/mourners-mark-1st-anniversary-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting-n771336

One year after the worst mass shooting in US history, we remember Pulse nightclub

Salton Sea is California’s biggest lake, appearing after a 1905 irrigation accident in the middle of the desert. But the salty, toxic water is slowly disappearing, leaving behind abandoned resorts and a looming environmental disaster. Duration: 02:3
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Read more at: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/06/12/pulse-nightclub-shooting-remembering-tragedy/388376001/

Pulse nightclub shooting: Remembering the tragedy – USA Today

Salton Sea is California’s biggest lake, appearing after a 1905 irrigation accident in the middle of the desert. But the salty, toxic water is slowly disappearing, leaving behind abandoned resorts and a looming environmental disaster. Duration: 02:3
Newslook

Read more at: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/06/12/pulse-nightclub-shooting-remembering-tragedy/388376001/

First of several services marks year since Pulse nightclub mass shooting

ORLANDO, Fla. — Church bells throughout Orlando will ring 49 times at noon Monday, a year after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Gov. Rick Scott ordered U.S. flags around Florida to be flown at half-staff, a giant rainbow flag will be unveiled at the Orange County government building, and three separate services at the Pulse nightclub will be held as well as a large evening gathering in the heart of downtown Orlando to honor the 49 patrons massacred at the gay nightclub.

The first service, closed to the public, was held for survivors, local officials and club employees, overlapping with the exact time gunman Omar Mateen began firing shots — a little after 2 a.m. on June 12, 2016 — during “Latin Night” at Pulse, reports CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG-TV.

“Just after 1 a.m. the angels walked through the parking lot and surrounded the nightclub,” the station says.

Read more at: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/first-services-year-since-pulse-nightclub-mass-shooting-orlando/