Can a car ever be considered a hero? There are some people in Moore, Oklahoma who might see the bright orange 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon known as "Stomper" that way. Though the Jeep was badly damaged, its owner reportedly used it to rescue people from the devastating storm. And now Stomper is getting a full rebuild.
As told by C4x4 Magazine, the tale of Stomper begins two weeks when owner Bryan Hutton and his 2-and-a-half year old son Randy traveled from their home in Dayton, Ohio to his parents' house in Moore. When the tornado sirens went off, Hutton locked the Jeep in the garage in 4-Low with the lockers on and made his way to the family storm shelter.