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    The death of 2-year-old, Lane Graves by an alligator at a Disney resort hotel brought a third tragedy to the city of Orlando, already reeling from the death of a singer by gun violence and a mass shooting. In the face of tragedy the city vows to recover.

The death of 2-year-old, Lane Graves by an alligator at a Disney resort hotel brought a third tragedy to the city of Orlando, already reeling from the death of a singer by gun violence and a mass shooting. In the face of tragedy the city vows to recover. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
The death of 2-year-old, Lane Graves by an alligator at a Disney resort hotel brought a third tragedy to the city of Orlando, already reeling from the death of a singer by gun violence and a mass shooting. In the face of tragedy the city vows to recover. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

Gator attack is third horror, but Orlando vows to heal

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