Just less than 24 hours ago, Taylor Winston, an Army veteran, did a heroic act which thanks to, many people are now safe and sound. After a sniper opened fire on the crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas, the Marine veteran immediately ran from danger, but instead of leaving to safety, his heroic instincts kicked in and he drove more than 2 dozen victims to the hospital.
And while the 29-year-old veteran couldn’t fight the threat when the sniper unloaded fire on the crowd, he was able to drive, saying, “I saw a field with a bunch of white trucks. I tested my luck to see if any of them had keys in it, first one we tried opening had keys sitting right there. I started looking for people to take to the hospital.”
Winston also explained how as soon as he was done transporting the first round of victims, he returned at the site and loaded the truck again and again, transporting around 20-30 people to the hospital. After he was done, he returned the keys to the owner of the truck. And while he isn’t sure which of his passengers survived, he is assured that his decision to risk his life amid the whole situation made a significant difference.
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