ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orlando Police Department took to social media Monday to show its newly designed patrol car that honors the 49 victims who died in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
They were killed last month when a gunman opened fire inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Dozens of others were also injured.
The police car honoring the victims features #OrlandoUnited displayed on the side with pictures of the Orlando skyline wrapped around the side. The hood of the car has the 49 victims’ names listed on it overlaid on an image of the memorial that commemorated the lives lost.
The OPD Pulse cruiser hit the streets Monday, stopping by memorials at Lake Eola Park and Pulse nightclub.
OPD Executive Director Terry DeCarlo took pictures with several people at the memorials, where people are still visiting to pay their respects.
The GoFundMe account created to support the survivors and victims’ families has reached over $7 million.