A US Marine veteran who stole a pickup truck to rush victims of the Las Vegas shooting to hospital is set to receive a small reward for his bravery from a car dealership.
Taylor Winston risked his life to stay behind and help those injured as bullets rained down from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.
He commandeered a truck which he found with the keys still in the ignition at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival to bring victims to a nearby medical centre.
The 29-year-old is now set to receive his own free pickup truck after B5Motors, a dealership based in Arizona, tracked him down.
Mr Winston, who was honourably discharged after serving in the military from 2006 to 2011, plans to sell his current vehicle and donate the money to victims of the Vegas shooting.
“At B5Motors we have been overwhelmed with the heartbreaking stories coming out of Vegas,” the dealership posted on Facebook.
“He stole a truck to quickly transport the injured to the hospital. We would like to find Taylor and thank him for his bravery by providing him a free truck from B5Motors.
“We are honored to play a role in this full-circle story as now Taylor will be selling his current vehicle and donating those funds to the Vegas victims.
“Thank you all for helping us find Taylor, we could not have done it without the efforts of our B5 Motors friends on social media.”
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