By the time you see the video, you may think it.
The one in which a near Rio Rancho, Texas, before flipping over and finally landing upright, permettant au conducteur de fleeing the storm.
It's wild footage that captured a lot of eyeballs when posted on social media on Monday. It's evidently that includes the Detroit-based company that made the truck.
Chevrolet, along with Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet of Fort Worth, Texas, said on Thursday that it is considering giving Riley Leon, the 16-year-old behind the wheel, a 2022 cherry red Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT All Star Edition. After he survived a horrific tornado while driving in his Silverado.
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"We are grateful that Riley is safe and capable of driving in a difficult situation, and we are grateful to all of Texas' other families who have been affected by these storms."
Despite escaping the storm, Leon was taken to the hospital on Thursday and was discovered to have fractures in his back.
A to assist Leon's family in dealing with some of the medical expenses.
Chevrolet is raising $50,000 to assist those affected by the storms and has donated to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
On Saturday, Leon and his family will get the new truck delivered at the Texas dealership.