Count on the kindness of strangers.
Taylor Stovall is on a quest to find the mystery man who helped her escape the Route 91 Harvest Festival alive, according to an Instagram post from “Today” host Savannah Guthrie.
The 17-year-old is among the youngest survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in United States history. She credits a man named Parker with saving her life and is hoping they’ll be able to reconnect in the wake of this unspeakable tragedy.
“(Taylor) doesn’t know how to find him,” Guthrie said in her caption. “And here is something that gave me a lump in my throat. She has a brother named Parker. What are the chances her saving angel has the same name?”
In a post on her Facebook page, Stovall shared the harrowing details of her rescue.
“As I was trying to get to safety there was a man trying to help anyone he could and when I went over to him I told him I was shot and he took me in his arms and helped compress my wound by holding me as tightly as he could,” she wrote.
“His name is Parker and he is / was in the military.”
In addition to sharing more details about her mystery hero, Stovall confirmed that she’d been released from University Medical Center on Tuesday.
She had been there to be treated for a gunshot wound to her left bicep.
Stovall is one of many Route 91 shooting victims who claims they were saved by brave strangers who put their lives on the line.