People in Massachusetts held tributes Sunday night to the victims of a mass shooting in Orlando over the weekend.

The pain in Orlando was felt all the way in Provincetown, as hundreds gathered outside of the town hall to share in their shock and grief.

“Anyone who is a decent human being was attacked last night,” organizers said. ‘This is a time not just for gay people, but for all of us who stand for the things that make this country great and give us hope as human beings.”

“Many of us in the gay community know what it is like to grieve, to be angry, to be afraid,” a community member said. “We know what it is like to be attacked.”

The attack on the LGBTQ nightclub Pulse touched the tight-knit gay community on Cape Cod.

The crowd walked from the town hall to the water, thanking a police officer along the way.

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