Vigils, rallies and marches were held around the country Monday for the victims of the deadly attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
With heavy hearts, hundreds of people gathered Monday night at City Hall Plaza in Boston to mourn the staggering loss of life in the Orlando attack. Many carried rainbow-colored flags and signs calling for peace. At times they held and comforted each other. Speakers addressed the crowd in both English and Spanish.
Angie Cotterman, who attended the vigil, said, "I've been in tears since the news came across the country."
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Deana Vraganca said, "I wanted to show solidarity. I was devastated yesterday by what happened so I just wanted to show my support."
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and Gov. Charlie Baker also attended the candlelight vigil.
A condolence book is available for signing at city hall during business hours. The book will eventually be sent to Orlando.
Necn's Jeff Saperstone is also in Orlando reporting on this developing story. Tune in for live coverage.