‘We stand … as Americans’: Orlando sheriff’s office makes dance video to honor victims (VIDEO)

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ORLANDO, Fla.  (WHNT) — The Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Orlando, Florida recently called a ‘news conference’ and turned it into something fun.  They filmed a video for the #KeepDancingOrlando challenge.

This came about as a way to channel positive energy and honor the 49 victims of the Pulse tragedy by dancing in tribute to their memories.

“Hundreds of OCSO employees came together as a unit, group or individually to demonstrate that we stand together united with our community and as Americans. .

We remain Orlando United; Keep Dancing Orlando!! ‪#‎OrlandoUnited‬ #KeepDancingOrlando”

Sheriff Jerry L. Demings and his staff issued a challenge to their partners at the Orlando Police Department, Orange County, Florida and the City of Orlando.

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