Don Raber, from Los Angeles, wraps his arms around his friends, Chris Drozd, 28, of Orlando and Stefan Salvatore, 27, of Miami as they mourn three friends who were killed at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The men placed flowers and photos at a growing memorial in the grass in the Seneff Arts Plaza in downtown Orlando to honor those killed and injured at Pulse.
Don Raber, from Los Angeles, wraps his arms around his friends, Chris Drozd, 28, of Orlando and Stefan Salvatore, 27, of Miami as they mourn three friends who were killed at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The men placed flowers and photos at a growing memorial in the grass in the Seneff Arts Plaza in downtown Orlando to honor those killed and injured at Pulse. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Don Raber, from Los Angeles, wraps his arms around his friends, Chris Drozd, 28, of Orlando and Stefan Salvatore, 27, of Miami as they mourn three friends who were killed at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The men placed flowers and photos at a growing memorial in the grass in the Seneff Arts Plaza in downtown Orlando to honor those killed and injured at Pulse. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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