UCF police releases body camera video in Pulse nightclub shooting

49 slain, dozens more injured inside Orlando club last month

ORLANDO, Fla. – The University of Central Florida Police Department released body camera video on Thursday related to the Pulse nightclub shooting.

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Within the nine videos released is the first body camera video showing the scene of the Pulse massacre. It shows UCF police rushing to the scene to help Orlando police officers.

In one of the videos, you can hear police dispatchers update officers about people inside of the club calling family for help.

UCF K-9 officers helped sweep the area for bombs, including other Orlando gay nightclubs within hours of when Omar Mateen opened fire at Pulse.

The release of the video comes after the nightclub was broken into overnight, which was turned over to its owners from police and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement hours earlier.

Forty-nine people were killed and 53 were injured in the June 12 shooting at the nightclub.