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BUT new security plan arrives in downtown Orlando after gunman whostill on free wounded seven people over weekends. The shooting took place around 2 a.m. on Sunday, and people we out in bars and restaurants on Wall Street Plaza and South Orange Avenue.A business owner and some people who often go to the city center, shocked. While they try to hope for in best they said WESH 2 new controlled entry points coming to the center soon don’t really make them worry less about safety. The police reported that there was fight on Sunday morning and then someone started shooting, wounding seven people who recovery is expected. “Anxiety is like business owner and as a GM you have employees here, you have customers here,” said Rex Albatross, co-owner of Cucina Pizza & Bar.Rexha was out of city ​​when business partner desperately called him. “I mean it’s terrible, especially with in false anxiety that happened on Fourth of july it was one because I was here, but the fact that I was not here, and it was a real shooting, that’s a lot more scary because I like at least try to take some responsibility and control,” said Rexha. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says people could see changes to the city center as soon like next weekend. “One of the measures we are going to implement immediately is the expansion of our control entrance program” Dyer said. It’s like that city tried to out during holidays and big events.Map shows in six checkpoints that everyone should have walk through the city center on on weekends along Orange Avenue and from Washington to Pine Street. Mayor says will be more officers, K9 and voluntary weapons check. Those who do not have a concealed carry permit, their weapons will be confiscated. “I mean, if I could make it a gun-free zone, I would. But you know that the state legislature passed ability of cities to be able to regulate where guns can be brought in,” Dyer said. of in people who carry on things are hidden for wearing, especially in Florida. So it doesn’t really make me feel any different way”, – said local resident Chelsea Walker. – I feel like at least it will keep a certain percentage of people that’s all you can hope for for is progress. You know you hope for progress but you will never get 100 percent confidence of safetyRex said. “It’s really hard out here’s the man.” shooter still on free. Orlando police are still demanding for in public help with investigation. On Monday branch posted link where people can submit photos and video.

BUT new security plan arrives in downtown Orlando after gunman whostill on free wounded seven people over weekends.

The shooting took place around 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, when people we out in bars and restaurants on Wall Street Plaza and South Orange Avenue.

BUT business owner and some people who often walk downtown shocked.

While they try to hope for in best they said WESH 2 new controlled entry points coming to the center soon don’t really make them worry less about safety.

The police reported that there was fight on Sunday morning and then someone started shooting, wounding seven people who recovery is expected.

“Anxiety is like business owner and as a GM you have employees here, you have customers here,” said Rex Albatross, co-owner of Kuchina Pizza and Bar.

Rexha was out of city ​​when business partner desperately called him.

“I mean it’s terrible, especially with in false anxiety that happened on Fourth of july it was one because I was here, but the fact that I was not here, and it was a real shooting, that’s a lot more scary because I like at least try to take responsibility and control,” said Rexha.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer says people could see changes to the city center as soon like next weekend.

“One of the measures we are going to implement immediately is the expansion of our control entrance program”, Dyer said.

It’s like that city tried to out during holidays and big events.

Map shows in six checkpoints that everyone should have walk through the city center on on weekends along Orange Avenue and from Washington to Pine Street.

Mayor says will be more officers, K9 and voluntary weapons check.

Those who do not have a concealed carry permit.

“I mean, if I could make it a gun-free zone, I would. know that the state legislature passed ability of cities to be able to regulate where guns can be brought in,” Dyer said.

“For me the most of in people who carry on things are hidden for wearing, especially in Florida. So it doesn’t really make me feel any different way” said Chelsea resident Walker.

“I feel like at least it will keep a certain percentage of people that’s all you can hope for for is progress. You know you hope for progress but you will never get 100 percent confidence of safetyRex said. “It’s really hard out here is a man.

shooter so far on free. Orlando police are still demanding for in public help with investigation. On Monday branch posted link where people can submit photos and video.

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