Officer who developed PTSD after Pulse massacre to lose job

Omar Delgado was one of the first police officers on the scene of the Pulse nightclub attack in June 2016. Now, he's been told that his 10-year career is coming to an end.

As Delgado's eyes adjusted to the darkness, the full magnitude of the carnage came into focus. "I start scanning the floor. Nothing but bodies. And I noticed a couple people started to move, and that's when I went into action," said Delgado, 45, an officer with the suburban Eatonville Police Department. He dragged multiple gunshot victims outside to safety and was hailed as a hero by many for his actions that night. After rescuing the living, Delgado spent hours inside Pulse with the dead as ...