Las Vegas Shooting Veteran Marine Stole A truck To Drive Shooting Victims To The Hospital
Like all the other concert goers who attended a recent Las Vegas music festival, one U.S. Marine Corps hoping to have a fun night out with a loved one.
However, when Taylor Winston heard shots at the concert, his first instinct was not to flee the area and save himself, but to help save the wounded and put them in safety. “It was a mini war zone,” said the 29-year-old Iraq war veteran. “But we could not defend ourselves.”
Winston and his girlfriend, Jenn Lewis, began to look around the place for a means of transporting the victims. “I saw a field with a bunch of white trucks,” Winston said. “I tested my chance to see if any of them had keys, the first one we were trying to open had keys there. I started looking for people to take to the hospital. There was too much and it was enormously how much blood was everywhere. “
Winston and Lewis packed the truck with as many people as possible and headed for the hospital. “Once we abandoned them, we were just fine, come back for the second round and look for a little more,” Winston said. “I probably carried 20 to 30 people injured in the hospital.”
Winston later returned the truck to its owner and is currently rewarded with a hero for his actions, although he insists that he was just one of the countless people who risked their lives to save the others that night . “There was a lot of bravery and courageous people out there,” Winston said.
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