Friends, family honor those killed in Orlando shooting

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ORLANDO, FL (KTVI)- The sun is rising on the third full day after this weekend’s terror attack in Orlando. The community is moving from the initial shock to more profound grief.

This morning we're learning more about the victims in the Orlando shooting massacre, including 29-year-old Antonio Davon Brown, an army veteran who was killed in the attack.

Friends say he had recently moved to Orlando from St. Louis. We reached out to one of his close friends yesterday but he was simply too shaken by the news to talk.

Last nigh thousands of people gathered with heavy hearts but a strong determination not to let one man`s act of terror break their spirit.

The event featured an appearance by the owners of Pulse Nightclub, the site of this weekend’s attack.

They encouraged the crowd to remain prideful in the face of hate.

We caught up with a family who moved to Orlando 15 years ago. For them, this vigil was an important opportunity to heal and to learn.

As the morning process unfolds in downtown Orlando, that investigation goes on just a few miles south of here as investigators try and learn more about how and why all of this happened.

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