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Creating a bright spot among the dark despair following the Pulse Nightclub terrorist attack, Florida hospital Orlando Health has decided they will not be billing victims of the massacre for their treatment, Fox 35 reported.

On June 12, Omar Mir-Seddique Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in the predominantly gay nightclub in Orlando before being killed by police.

The hospital released a statement saying its management would seek reimbursement through insurance or other public and private funds, but could still incur more than $5 million in unreimbursed costs.

“Orlando Health has not sent any hospital or medical bills directly to Pulse patients and we don’t intend to pursue reimbursement of medical costs from them,” the statement read.

What do you think of the hospital’s kindness? Let us know in the comments.


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