Telemundo Loses 'La Voz Kids' Crew Member in Orlando Massacre

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A person places a rose by a flag during a vigil at The Center, a community center for the LGBT community, on June 12, 2016. in Las Vegas.

Telemundo employee Jonathan Camuy, a crew member of reality show La Voz Kids, was confirmed as one of the victims of the massacre at Pulse nightclub. Camuy, 25, was reported dead Sunday morning.

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According to a statement from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Camuy was an active member at one of the student chapters in Puerto Rico before moving to Florida to work for Telemundo.

In the same statement, Cesar Conde, chairman of NBCUniversal/Telemundo Enterprises, said: “We want to extend our thoughts, prayers and deepest condolences to Jonathan's family and friends.”


According Telemundo, Jonathan was an extremely hard-working individual, full of life, enthusiastic and with a great personality. 

Camuy was working on the current season of La Voz Kids. He joined the production team in 2014 for the reality show Yo Soy el Artista, after he transferred from Telemundo Puerto Rico where he was working in the news department.

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