ORANGE COUNTY, FL (WFLA) – Orange County Sheriff’s Office happily accepted the invitation to participate in #KeepDancingOrlando challenge, and the video of the dance is going viral on Facebook.
OCSO posted the video of this tribute to the Pulse shooting victims last week and it has been viewed 2.5 million times.
In the post, deputies said that hundreds of OCDO employees came together “as a unit” to demonstrate how they stand together united with their community. Their post said:
Recently Sheriff Demings and the men and women of the OCSO were invited to participate in the #KeepDancingOrlando challenge, which came about as a way to channel positive energy and honor the 49 victims of the Pulse tragedy by dancing in tribute to their memories.
Hundreds of OCSO employees came together as a unit, group or individually to demonstrate that we stand together united with our community and as Americans. .
We remain Orlando United; Keep Dancing Orlando!! #OrlandoUnited, #KeepDancingOrlando
We issue a Keep Dancing Orlando challenge to our partners at Orlando Police Department, Orange County, and City of Orlando
The video was shared more than 63000 times as of Sunday afternoon.
We have asked Orange County deputies for a permission to show their video to our Facebook friends and viewers and they were happy to let us share it with you.
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