Police: Shooting At Orlando Nightclub A 'Mass Casualty' Situation

An early morning shooting at an Orlando club called Pulse has left a number of people dead, including the shooter.
Police: Shooting At Orlando Nightclub A 'Mass Casualty' Situation

Police have described a shooting at a gay club called Pulse in Orlando early Sunday morning a "mass casualty situation."

WFTV notes unconfirmed reports put the total injured at roughly 40 people. Orlando police have confirmed the shooter is dead but didn't give any other details on the number of casualties. 

A mother of a man inside the club told WKMG at least 20 shots were fired, but police have not confirmed the number of rounds in the shooting. Two local hospitals have been put on lockdown out of caution. 

This video includes clips from CNN and images from the Orlando Police Department

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