It's hard to believe it has already been more than a year since a gunman opened fire at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Now survivors are standing with Las Vegas.
Thousands of miles from the Las Vegas strip, a group of survivors reflects.
"Oh my God. It's all over again like we were back at Pulse," said India Godman when she saw the news of the shooting in Las Vegas.
Godman and other survivors say the scenes from Las Vegas overnight remind them of June 12, 2016.
"Brought it back as if it happened yesterday. The sounds, the video, it brought me right back," said Enaki Empire.
When a gunman opened fire at Pulse nightclub he killed 49 people and injured dozens of others.
Now, 16 months later, there's another mass shooting where at least 58 people have been killed and hundreds injured.
Pulse Owner Barbara Poma released a statement saying in part: "It is unimaginable that another mass shooting of even greater scope than that of Pulse nightclub could occur again in this country, but indeed, it has."
The group at Pulse on Monday said it is praying for the victims.
"Trying to figure out what we can do for you guys," said Empire.
Standing in support for Las Vegas.