The Orlando hospitals that treated dozens of people injured in the Pulse nightclub shooting said Wednesday that they would not bill the survivors. One hospital said it would not bill for any treatment it provided Pulse victims, while Orlando Regional Medical Center, the hospital that treated most of the survivors, said it would seek payment from other resources such as insurance plans and a victims fund set up by city officials. Authorities there said they expect the “total unreimbursed costs” could top $5 million. “Orlando Health has not sent any hospital or medical bills directly to Pulse patients and we don’t intend to pursue reimbursement of medical costs from them,” said Orlando Health, the nonprofit health-care network that operates Orlando Regional, in a statement Wednesday night. The majority of people wounded at Pulse who survived the massacre were taken to Orlando Regional, a trauma center half a mile from the club. A gunman stormed Pulse and opened fire in the early hours of June 12, an attack that left 49 people dead. The gunman, who went on to pledge loyalty to the Islamic State, held hostages in the club’s bathrooms for hours before dying in a shootout with police. [‘They took too damn long’: Inside the police response to the Orlando shooting] Authorities are still investigating the handling of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, including how police responded as the event transitioned into a lengthy hostage standoff. In an interview last month, Orlando Police Chief John Mina said officials do not know how many of the victims who were alive during the standoff later died in the bathrooms or how many had survivable gunshot wounds. Nine people wounded at the club died at Orlando Regional. After the shooting, doctors recalled patients who arrived “by the truckload,” riddled with bullets and gunshot wounds. The hospital treated 44 people, some of whom would remain in critical condition for days. The Orlando Sentinel first reported the news Wednesday about the decisions by both hospitals not to bill survivors. Florida Hospital, which treated 12 survivors of the shooting, would not bill for any of its services in this case, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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