A rainbow emerged during the Pulse remembrance ceremony in Orlando on Wednesday, reports ClickOrlando.
“Just before we read this joint proclamation, it wouldn’t be a Pulse remembrance if we didn’t have a rainbow,” Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said.
WKMG-TV reporter Erik Sandoval tweeted a photo of the rainbow that he said emerged during the ceremony.
— Erik Sandoval (@ErikSandoval) June 12, 2019
Wednesday marked the three-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, where 49 people lost their lives.
The First United Methodist Church rang its bells 49 times at noon, in unison with other churches across the country to honor the victims.
Blood drives will be held the next two weeks across Central Florida to honor the victims, reports the news outlet.
A rainbow also appeared in the sky on June 19, 2016, as an estimated 50,000 people gathered in downtown Orlando to mourn the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
— Josh Murdock (@professorjosh) June 19, 2016
“You know that’s a sign,” Traci Hines-McKenzie told CBS News at the time.
It was “so perfect“ and “just for us,” added Brandon Register-Watford, who posted a video of the rainbow to Instagram.