Police officer with PTSD from Pulse massacre loses his job

Omar Delgado realised he wanted to become a police officer after moving from Chicago to Central Florida, where he met and tagged along with a Seminole County deputy who soon became a close friend.

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Omar Delgado graduated from the police academy and then, nine and a half years ago, took a job with the Eatonville Police Department, where he remained “because they were the first ones who gave [him] the opportunity.”

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But now, the 45-year-old corporal is saying he was dismissed from the force Monday — six months before he was due to be vested in its pension system — because he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD) after being one of the first to respond to the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlandonbcnews.com reports.

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