Survivors give detailed accounts of Pulse Nightclub shooting

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Two of the survivors from the Orlando terrorists attack shared their stories Tuesday in front of a room full of reporters.

It was definitely an emotional day. For the first time since the attack at Pulse Night Club, two of the survivors who were shot shared their stories.

Angel Colon and Patience Carter were able to stay alive by pretending to be dead inside a bathroom at the club.

They both did suffer multiple gun shot wounds, but were able to stay alive until help got there.

Their stories have touched so many already, drawing attention from President Obama and other leaders from across the globe.

But more than anything, some are calling their stories heartbreaking and tragic.

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