'His Anger Was Constant': Orlando Gunman's Ex-Coworker Talks to 'Kelly File'

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A survivor of last night's mass shooting in Orlando joined The Kelly File to describe the bloody carnage that unfolded at the Pulse club.

Luis Burbano said that he and his friends initially thought the sound of gunshots was part of the DJ's music, but after several shots were fired, they realized it was real.

He looked in the direction of the sound and saw people ducking in a "domino effect."

During a break in the shots, after 10-20 rounds had been fired, he and his best friend made a break for a side exit.

"We looked back at our clothes, there must have been something going on, because I had blood all over my clothes."

Burbano also described his encounters with two wounded victims outside the club, including a man who had a bullet sticking out of his leg; and a harrowing moment when he helped hold a door shut to create passage for people trying to escape - possibly at the detriment of others trapped inside.

"I just tried doing what I thought would be best at that moment, because it was getting louder and getting closer."

But he said that he's "far from a hero."

"I don't feel like even a survivor. I just feel like a person who had to do what they had to do in that moment in time."

Watch the full interview above.


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