Donors line up outside OneBlood Blood Donation Center in Orlando, on Sunday, June 12, 2016. The center was flooded with donors after a mass shooting early Sunday morning at a gay nightclub, Pulse, in Orlando. A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside the nightclub early Sunday, killing 49 people before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers, police said. It was the worst mass shooting in American history.
Donors line up outside OneBlood Blood Donation Center in Orlando, on Sunday, June 12, 2016. The center was flooded with donors after a mass shooting early Sunday morning at a gay nightclub, Pulse, in Orlando. A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside the nightclub early Sunday, killing 49 people before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers, police said. It was the worst mass shooting in American history. Loren Elliott AP
Donors line up outside OneBlood Blood Donation Center in Orlando, on Sunday, June 12, 2016. The center was flooded with donors after a mass shooting early Sunday morning at a gay nightclub, Pulse, in Orlando. A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside the nightclub early Sunday, killing 49 people before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers, police said. It was the worst mass shooting in American history. Loren Elliott AP

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