Wreaths and flowers line the fences around the Bataclan concert hall in Paris Saturday morning, where streets and courtyards became triage centers for victims after the attacks on Friday night.

Wreaths and flowers line the fences around the Bataclan concert hall in Paris Saturday morning, where streets and courtyards became triage centers for victims after the attacks on Friday night.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

American photojournalist Shane McMillan was one of the first photographers on the scene of the attacks in the 11th district near the Bataclan concert hall on Friday night when the shootings broke out. The courtyard of the apartment building where he had been staying in Paris was turned into a triage center for victims. He continues to photograph the scene today in Paris. NOTE: Some images in this story may not be suitable for all audiences.

Two concert-goers separated during the shooting at the Paris Bataclan concert hall on Friday night are reunited afterwards.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

A concert-goer stands on Rue Oberkampf watching the emergency response following the attack on the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Friday night.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

Concert-goers and bystanders outside the Bataclan concert hall after the attack on the Bataclan Friday night.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

Bystanders and victims write down phone numbers to make calls near the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Friday night.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

A resident washes away blood from Rue Oberkampf in the 11th district Friday night.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

A courtyard near the site of Friday night’s Bataclan concert hall shooting in Paris. Emergency medical personnel used courtyards as triage centers in the hours following the attacks.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

Reporters at work a few hundred meters from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Saturday afternoon.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

Journalists and passers-by photograph the Bataclan concert hall from across a square. Emergency personnel hung tarps to keep out onlookers.

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Shane Thomas McMillan

 

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