SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A young man who survived Florida's Pulse Nightclub shooting is in San Francisco for Pride weekend. He'll be marching in Sunday's parade while representing the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
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Luis Roldan, 21, was leaving the club last June when the gunman started firing behind him.
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"That's when I started running and other people as well. When we were going to the car, I seen where there was a fence, I see a lot of bodies coming down, jumping over the fences with blood," said Rolan.
Watch the video player above for Roldan's full interview.
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FULL VIDEO: Pulse shooting survivor speaks ahead of San Francisco Pride