There are a lot of unsung heroes helping out during the Camp Fire in Northern California.
One of them is Allyn Pierce. He oversees the Intensive Care Unit at a hospital in Paradise, California. Pierce and his co-workers helped transport patients through the fire to safety.
Those trips pretty much ruined his Toyota Tundra. Pierce thought that he would lose his life inside the truck but was saved by a bulldozer Pierce posted a picture of his half-burned truck on Facebook last Thursday.
Toyota USA responded to the post saying, “Don’t worry about your truck. We’re honored to get you a new one. Pierce has lost his job and his home because of the fire and a GoFundMe has been set up for him.
Suddenly a bulldozer appeared & knocked a burning truck next to him out of the way. There was some room to maneuver. But instead of going forward toward safety, he turned around & drove back into the heart of Paradise. Here's the aftermath of his Tacoma. (The lights still work.) pic.twitter.com/LLUU1fDfYv— Jack Nicas (@jacknicas) November 13, 2018