What’s Good: Toyota Gives Good Samaritan New Truck After Fire Burns
In Paradise, California, there is a guy named Allyn Pierce whom is an intensive care unit nurse. Last year, he did a pretty amazing, selfless act. During Camp Fire, which was the deadliest wildfire in state history, Pierce risked his life to save his patients from the fire.
What did he do? Well, Pierce used his Toyota Tundra to shuttle patients to safety when the fire spread too close to the hospital. He went back and forth multiple times to save his patients and at one point, the flames got so close that his doors were charred and his taillights melted.
Toyota heard about this story and decided Pierce's vehicle with a brand new Tundra with some modifications: Adding a heavy-duty roof rack, bigger tires, a lift kit and an on-board CO2 tank. However, that's not all. The coolest part were the doors. You see, his old doors were like a badge of honor with the burn marks. So they did a custom paint job for him to recreate the look. The pictures of the truck are pretty cool.