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Special report: He survived the shooting at Pulse. But what would his life become?

Angel Santiago stares out the window of his room at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Altamonte Springs a few weeks after the shooting at the Pulse Nightclub. Family and friends often came to visit, but the days spent in hospital facilities still resulted in periods of isolation and loneliness. Read our Special Report today. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Angel Santiago stares out the window of his room at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Altamonte Springs a few weeks after the shooting at the Pulse Nightclub. Family and friends often came to visit, but the days spent in hospital facilities still resulted in periods of isolation and loneliness. Read our Special Report today. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Two days after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Angel Santiago told the world he was fine. He wasn't.

The Tampa Bay Times has followed his journey in the months since the massacre at Pulse Nightclub, as he tried to make something of his life, to feel worthy of survival.

Tap here to read our special report

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Special report: He survived the shooting at Pulse. But what would his life become? 11/17/16 [Last modified: Thursday, November 17, 2016 7:29am]
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