Mass. native working at Pulse during shooting: 'Tomorrow is not a promise'

LEFT: Kate Maini/Facebook; RIGHT: Aerial view of the mass shooting scene at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel via AP)

ORLANDO, Fl. — A Massachusetts native working at the Orlando nightclub during Sunday morning's mass shooting said she is "broken" for those who did not make it out.

Kate Maini went to Norwood High School. FOX25 spoke with Kate's parents Sunday, who said she was inside the Pulse nightclub when the shooting started.

Kate made it out unharmed.

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On Facebook, she wrote "I am ok. Sadly, many people are not. Let's send love to all of those who didn't make it out last night. Absolutely heartbreaking and broken for those families and friends. Call your loved ones and tell them you love them. Tomorrow is not a promise."

I am OK. Sadly, many people are not. Let's send love to all of those who didn't make it out last night. Absolutely...

Posted by Kate Maini on Sunday, June 12, 2016