Orange County Sheriff’s Office Keep Orlando Dancing!

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ORLANDO, FL -- It was the day shots were heard around the world. On June 12, 2016, a mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub rocked the city of Orlando.

It’s considered the deadliest mass shooting in American history. The tragedy left many wondering, in Orlando, how long it'll take before they could dance and enjoy themselves again?

Well because of the, now viral, keep Orlando dancing challenge, the city is moving on. Thanks in large part to the orange county sheriff's office. Plus, when your boss tells you to do something, you do it.

Many of the officers in the video were at the scene that night. Some were first responders and others lost friends but all thought the best way to continue honoring those victims, was to get their groove on.

The original video was created by local residents jamming out to Whitney Houston’s "I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” They danced at the University of Central Florida, the Orlando Science Center, and another popular gay club, The Parliament House.

In the end, the dedication those officers have for their community is clear and they're going to make sure, the dancing doesn't stop.

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