A bouncer from Pulse nightclub in Orlando is one of the first to be laid to rest in the continental U.S., while bodies begin arriving in Puerto Rico, where more than half the victims were from. Gavino Garay reports.
Kimberly Morris, one of 49 people who were shot and killed at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, has been laid to rest in Kissimmee, Florida. Morris, who worked as a bouncer at pulse, was one of the first burials for Sunday's shooting. Omar Mateen riddled the club with bullets before he was shot dead by police after a harrowing three-hour standoff with police. Many more families must now say goodbye to their loved ones, like Angel Candelario Padro, whose body has just been returned to Puerto Rico.