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St. Louis Teen Helps Wheel Disabled Man Home as Tornado Warning Sounds

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St. Louis Teen Helps Wheel Disabled Man Home as Tornado Warning Sounds

St. Louis Teen Helps Wheel Disabled Man Home as Tornado Warning Sounds

Amber Gilleylen and her family were returning home from the store before a forecasted tornado in St.

Louis, Missouri, when they spotted a man struggling to push himself up a hill in his wheelchair.

Gilleylen pulled over and asked the man, a double amputee who they later learned is named Gregory Beck, if he needed some help.

Wasting no time, Gilleylen’s 16-year-old son, Seth, jumped out of the car and began to push the man the block-and-a-half distance home as tornado warning sirens continued to ring out.

Uploading the video to Facebook, Gilleylen recounted that Beck said “he could have been caught in a terrible storm and because of this young man he gets to go home dry and safe.” Gilleylen has launched a GoFundMe campaign to buy Beck an electronic wheelchair.

Credit: Amber Gilleylen via Storyful

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