As tragedy struck the Las Vegas strip Sunday night, many citizens gathered together to help victims of the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
One woman was driving her pickup truck through the aftermath of the shooting as bystanders tended to the wounded on the ground. She was approached by a man who told her, “Right now, we need your truck. We just need to get people over to the hospital, ok?”
“Okay! Go ahead, put ’em all in the back! Put ’em all in the back, sure,” the woman replied without hesitation.
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— ABC News (@ABC) October 2, 2017
As the video ends, people exit the truck and thank the woman for her help.
“You’re welcome, baby, you’re welcome. You guys stay safe,” she replied.
Many have responded to the video, calling the bystanders heroes for their immediate willingness to serve.
Instant heros! Bravo!
— Garren Groom (@GarrenGroom) October 2, 2017
This is what is AWESOME about the citizens of our Country! Thank you!!
— TexasKate (@A_SnowflakeInTX) October 2, 2017
God bless and comfort you all🙏😞
— kittymama1218 (@kittymama1218) October 2, 2017
as tragic as this is, I look at the brave people who stayed to help. Love and Peace or Else, baby.
— miss kim (@misskim641) October 2, 2017
Good people have come forward to help through this crisis.
— Lisa Ballengee (@LisaBallengee) October 2, 2017
During a country music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night, a gunman opened fire into the open crowd, killing at least 50 people and injuring over 400.
Over 22,000 country fans were in attendance when the shots were fired. The suspect, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, was found dead of self-inflicted wounds in the Mandala Bay Resort and Casino across the street.
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source: Western Journalism