KING says that Shane Beus, the owner of B5 Motors, said he was so taken when reading about Taylor Winston's actions that he reach out and offered him a truck. We would like to find Taylor and thank him for his bravery by providing him a free truck from B5Motors.
The full post read:At B5Motors we have been overwhelmed with the heartbreaking stories coming out of Vegas. According to reports, he stole a truck to quickly transport the injured to the hospital.
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Winston and his girlfriend Jenn made a decision to try their luck on the cars and see if any of them were open.
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"At that point, is when I started kicking into gear and saw a lot across the street", he said. "There was just too many and it was overwhelming how much blood was everywhere". As people tried to make sense of the shooting and wrap their minds around the dizzying body count, Winston's went viral and attracted the attention of national news organizations-and a used auto dealer in Phoenix, Arizona.
After a brief #HelpB5MotorsfindTaylorWinston social media campaign, the two sides were connected at a ceremony on Sunday where the dealership handed over keys to a lightly-customized 2013 Ford F-150. The first truck they came to had the keys in the front.
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"People were getting hit two or three feet away from us and as we were running looking back, people were falling down", he told ABC15 sister station KTNV.