A Gilbert, Arizona car dealership plans to give a free truck to the 29-year-old Iraq War veteran who seized a truck and used it to drive critically injured victims to safety after the Las Vegas shooting.
An auto dealership owner plans to give a pickup truck to Taylor Winston, who helped save people during the Oct. 1 mass shooting along the Las Vegas Strip.
Shane Beus of B5 Motors near Phoenix said he reached out the 29-year-old Marine Corps vet from San Diego to offer him a Ford F-150, The Arizona Republic reported. Winston helped people over a fence and also saw trucks that he thought might have keys in them that he could use to help people. The first vehicle he checked had a key to drive it, he told CBS News. Winston, who plans to sell his current vehicle and donate the money to victims of the shooting, is expected to visit the dealership Monday, according to The Arizona Republic.