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>> Memorials continue to grow on Tuesday in Orlando after the worst mass shooting in modern US history. This is Letitia Stein with Reuters. Behind me is the trauma hospital that treated so many of the victims of the massacre at Pulse nightclub, located right up the street. The roads all around the hospital and the nightclub remain barricaded.
This is a city that has not returned to normal. This is as close as police will let us get to the crime scene at Pulse nightclub. The roads remain heavily barricaded off. Crime scene tape cordons off even nearby businesses and side streets. A heavy black fence has been erected around the night club itself to make sure the crime scene stays intact.
Police are not saying how long it will be before the roads reopen or they might let people back in to the night club, but they have vowed to leave no stone unturned in their investigation. At a vigil in Orlando on Monday night, the nightclub itself said that it was not going to be going away.
It would reopen again. It is not clear how long it will take.