Published on Jun 13, 2016
This is my commentary on the Horrific, TERRORISTIC, Massacre in Orlando, Florida....which I am deeming to be The 9/11 of the LGBT Community!!!
Orlando, Florida (CNN)Approximately 50 people are dead inside Pulse, a gay nightclub, Orlando Police Chief John Mina said Sunday morning, just hours after a shooter opened fire in what authorities are saying is a domestic terror attack.At least 53 people have been transported for medical treatment, he said. Police have shot and killed the gunman, Mina told reporters.
Irma destroyed about 25% of houses in Florida Keys, FEMA says
By Madison Park, Darran Simon and Holly Yan, CNN
Updated 7:51 AM ET, Tue September 12, 2017
Just bang, bang, bang!'Pulse describes itself as "the hottest gay bar" in the heart of Orlando. Hours before the shooting, the club urged party-goers to attend its "Latin flavor" event Saturday night.
Jovial, well-dressed crowds heeded the call in an event that turned into a nightmare.
"It was just, bang, bang, bang!" party-goer Hansen said of the gunfire.
Ricardo Negron Almodovar said he was in the club when the shooting started about 2 a.m. He barely escaped.
"People on the dance floor and bar got down on the floor and some of us who were near the bar and back exit managed to go out through the outdoor area and just ran," he posted on the club's Facebook page.
"I am safely home and hoping everyone gets home safely as well."
Anthony Torres, who was at the club, said he and his friends were leaving the club when the shots were fired just after last call, as the club was nearing closing time.
"The shots did not sound like a regular handgun. It sounded like it was shooting repetitively and it wouldn't stop," said Torres, who added that he saw at least 10 people who had been shot.
Tearful relatives waited outside the club as lights from police cars flashed in the background. Some implored the media to help them get word on their loved ones.
'Just a lot of people screaming
(CNN)[Breaking news update at 7:50 a.m. ET]Initial estimates indicate 25% of the houses in the Florida Keys have been destroyed, and 65% have major damage, said Brock Long, the Federal Emergency Management Agency's administrator.
"Basically, every house in the Keys was impacted some way," Long said Tuesday. He said the numbers are early estimates and could change.[Previous story, published at 6:03 a.m. ET]
Irma left a trail of devastation throughout the Southeast, killing at least five people in the US, flooding major cities including Jacksonville, Florida, and Charleston, South Carolina, and leaving millions without power.
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I am sharing this with you because I really could NOT keep quiet. I've waited a spell, but DAMN....I am still traumatized and ANGRY!. BIG Meach
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