A video of a boy’s truck overturning in a storm went viral. After which, the Chevrolet company decided to give the boy a new car. This boy is a resident of Texas, America. Where recently, the tornado caused great destruction.
The truck of 16-year-old Riley Leon, who was hit by the tornado, overturned 360 degrees. And then it turns and straightens. However, after this incident, Leon is seen driving the truck in the video. But his vehicle was heavily damaged by the tornado.
In a conversation with Dallas news station KXAS, Leon said – The car still starts, but it does not run correctly. After which, the Chevrolet company stated in a Facebook post.
Chevrolet Silverado Car To Riley Leon
It has been informed through the Facebook page of Bruce Lowry Chevrolet Car Dealership that the company will gift a red 2022 Silverado 1500 LT All Star Edition car to Leon. Whose price in America is about 35 lakh rupees. It was written in the post – We are thankful that Leon is safe. He did tremendous driving even in such a scary situation.
Leon has got that truck from the Chevrolet company. Apart from this, a check of about 11 lakh 45 thousand rupees has been given to him. So that the damage done in the tornado can be compensated. Apart from this, the dealership has announced that the American Red Cross will give about Rs 38 lakh to the Disaster Relief Fund to pay for the damage caused by the tornado.
According to the report, Leon then went to Whataburger for a job interview. While returning, he was hit by a tornado. In a conversation with KXAS, Leon said- a friend of mine called me. And told that my job is confirmed. Everything was going well.
Leon further said- I do not know from where the tornado came. Everything happened very quickly. I didn’t understand what I should do? Seeing the video, I got out of the storm by driving. But this is not the reality. My car landed in the middle of the road, and I was driving towards the side of the road.
According to CNN, on Monday, 25 tornadoes came one after the other in Texas, due to which 1000 homes were destroyed.