A California man who shielded a West Virginia Army veteran and his dying wife during the Las Vegas shooting rampage flew all night long, across the country and with only a day’s notice to attend the funeral of the woman he risked his life to help.
Las Vegas hero keeps promise to vet, dying wife
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