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Marine who stole truck to save Las Vegas shooting victims gets message from its owner
Aris Folley, AOL.com
October 4, 2017
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So sad all human beings can't be as wonderful as these two. God bless them both.
The guy who owns the truck is a good dude. You can tell.
There have been a few good stories of our military veterans coming to the rescue of injured victims during this horrific event. God bless.
Great story, two great people, and the Marine didn't bother trying to find a gun to shoot back, he used his training, his wits and amazing courage to help save lives.
Good job to the Vet and to the owner. There is hope for humans.
Great story. So glad that he did, but I'm just wondering who the heck leaves their keys in their car in Las Vegas?
Hoping a shop will reupholster the truck and detail it for the owner.
He did a very admirable thing. Bless you young man.
God bless America and both of these guys.
Wonder if he stopped and asked the people he was helping if they were democrats or republican....im sure he didn't because that s@#$ don't matter, people helping people, and showing compassion is all that matters. We need more like him in this world.
That's socialism! But, really, taking the truck was the best thing to do under the circumstances. Glad the owner was cool about it, he should've been. Lives are more important than property, and in this case "theft" was the right thing to do.
Not sure which person is shown in the picture, but can HE get a modeling deal? Not some criminal with a mug shot?
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