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Life After Pulse

By 90.7 WMFE

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Description

It’s been one year since 49 people were killed and more than 50 injured after a gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. In this podcast looking back and also looking forward one year after the shooting, the WMFE newsroom digs into the police response, looks at how doctors and nurses faced incredible adversity to take care of the wounded, how families are healing one year later, and what’s being done to memorize the shooting.

Customer Reviews

Difficult but Necessary

This podcast, while heartbreaking, is one of the best I’ve listened to. With a mass shooting almost every day, it is imperative for every one of us to understand what happens from start to the aftermath—that never ends. It never ends for those who lose people and those injured. And there is the medical staff that has to go above and beyond. This is a huge public health crisis whatever your politics. Very good work.

Really liked it

It's a more detailed look at what happened at the Pulse Nightclub shooting. A lot of new info I didn't know.
I wish they would've talked more about the Pink Pistols and the increase of LGBT people buying guns, instead of just the LGBT people who want stricter gun control.

Hard to hear, but necessary

I was really touched by this podcast. So much detail I was completely unaware of. One thing that is incredibly distracting is the host taking a breath before and after every sentence. Please stop that.

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