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Triumph over tragedy: Hundreds donate blood, vigils abound for Orlando shooting victims

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LONDON, England – In the aftermath of the largest mass shooting attack in U.S. history, there has been signs of unity and division across the globe.

After a gunman stole the lives of 49 people who were enjoying a night out at a nightclub, thousands of Americans lined the streets and waited hours to donate blood to the victims.

While politicians continue to debate on what to do next, people across the globe are sending their support to Orlando and the LGBT community.

A gay choir in London gathered in the streets to sing ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’ as part of a vigil for the victims.

In another way to help the victims, JetBlue is providing free seats on its available flights to and from Orlando for immediate family members and domestic partners of victims who were killed or injured in the attack. They are asked to call 1-800-JETBLUE for assistance.