Toyota Replacing Nurse's Truck Used For Saving California Wildfire Victims

Toyota Replacing Nurse's Truck Used For Saving California Wildfire Victims


The California wildfires have caused a lot of devastation. There have been casualties while countless people have had to evacuate their homes to survive. The fires have even laid waste to houses. The firefighters and first responders have done an incredible job of saving as many lives as possible, not caring about themselves or their possessions. That’s what nurse Allyn Pierce did as well. He drove his Toyota Tundra truck through the flames to help victims. His heroics have earned him a lot of praise and Toyota has now stepped up with an offer to replace his truck.

Pierce manages the intensive care unit at the Adventist Health Feather River Hospital in Paradise, California. The town has been badly affected by the fires. He drove his truck through the flames to get to the hospital where victims required medical assistance.

Truck Overturned By Halloween Revelers In Tokyo

Truck overturned by Halloween revelers in Tokyo

Tokyo police say a vehicle has been damaged by people wearing Halloween costumes in the Shibuya district.

The streets around Shibuya station were crowded with young people and foreigners until the early hours of Sunday morning.