June 16: While the world is talking about Omar Mateen, a US citizen of Afghan descent who massacred 49 people in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12 (Sunday), has equal focus been given on Imran Yousuf, a 24-year-old ex-Marine who worked as a bouncer in the ill-fated Pulse nightclub and saved as many as 70 lives?
[Click here for more stories on Orlando killing of June 2016] Speaking to CBS News during an emotional interview, Yousuf regreted that he could not save more lives. “…there are a lot of people dead,” he said. A combination of photos of some of the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando. PTI Yousuf, who likely had walked past the killer as he did the rounds, identified the imminent danger as soon as the first gunshot was fired. “The initial one was three or four (shots),” he said adding:
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