This ’80s-themed Airbnb in North Carolina has access to a huge private game room

Riley Leon, from Elgin, was filmed driving his red truck home after a job interview at Whataburger on Monday when he was swept away by a terrifying tornado, reports FOX 5. The teenager was unharmed, but his truck, which Leon says was like a member of the family passed down from his father, was not so lucky.

Now, a Chevrolet car dealership in Fort Worth has offered to provide Leon and his family with a new truck. He will be presented to the family this Saturday.

“Chevrolet, in conjunction with Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet of Fort Worth, TX, is donating a 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT All Star Edition in Cherry Red to Riley Leon and his family after surviving a powerful tornado while driving his Silverado,” the dealership said. in a report.

“We are grateful to Riley for being safe, we commend his driving skills in a scary situation, and our hearts go out to the other families in Texas who have been impacted by these storms. To help recovery efforts in Texas, Chevy Cares is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund Thanks to the quick action of the Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet team, the new truck will be presented to Riley and his family on Saturday 26 March at the dealership.

Besides a new truck, Leon also has a new job. Whataburger confirmed the teenager landed the job he was interviewing for.

For more information, read the full article on FOX 5.

Comments are closed.