Families learn of loved ones' tragic fates in Orlando

Posted at 9:23 PM, Jun 13, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-13 21:23:25-04
Families of the 49 people killed in Sunday's shooting continued to receive more information Monday evening about their loved ones.
“We all should be united and in peace. And we should all love each other because we can't keep this hate for the rest of our lives," Cesar Flores said.
Flores' daughter was killed Sunday morning. She was hanging out with two friends at Pulse. Her father said one of her friends was also killed. Flores gave his condolences to the other families going through the same pain he is experiencing right now. 
"Give the best to your kids. Take care of your kids and teach your kids in the right way because you can see what happened," Flores said.
Many of the families of victims expressed how much love and support is helping guide them through the tragic incident.
They were slowly walking into and leaving a senior center in Orlando on Monday continuing to get information about their loved one. Volunteers created a barrier around them as they left the senior center.
Christopher spoke to ABC Action News about his friend, Shane Tomlinson. Christopher did not reveal his last name, but he talked about how much he is going to miss his friend.
"He was a major influence in the community. He was well loved and he was just always an energetic personality and he always shared his love of singing with everybody," Christopher said.
Another victim's name that was released to the public is Jonathan Camuy. He recently moved to Florida to work for Telemundo.
"He's a great man. (He was) an amazing human being," his uncle, Anibal Aviles, said.
Aviles said his family wants to finally be able to take his nephew back home.
"We have to work through the situation to see what's going to happen, until we can take him back to Puerto Rico," Aviles said.