Former Marine stole truck to save 30 shooting victims, gets this text from car’s owner after

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In the aftermath of what has been deemed as the deadliest mass shooting in the history of modern America, more and more stories highlighting those who stood up and helped others in the midst of chaos are surfacing online.
Among them, the story of a former Marine soldier whose quick thinking saved dozens of life on that faithful night at the beginning of October.
Marine veteran Taylor Winston and his girlfriend were having a good time at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival when gunfire began. Chaos unleashed and everyone started running for their lives. Taylor did the same, but after the shooting stopped, he did something that is nothing short of a heroic gesture.
Instead of fleeing the scene like anyone in his situation would have done, the young Iraq vet drove more than two dozen victims to the hospital using a truck that he found near the area where the attack unfolded.
The man knew that every second counted when it came to saving as many lives as possible, and his quick-thinking saved the lives of multiple people injured that Sunday night.
Since then, the story has been picked up by all major news outlets and has gone viral. Make sure you do your part as well and share this incredible act of courage with others