Husband of El Paso Massacre Victim Has His SUV Stolen on the Day He Buries Her

EL PASO - Antonio Basco, the grief-stricken man who lost his wife of 22 years in the Aug. 3 El Paso massacre, buried her Saturday amid an outpouring of support from the public, only to have his SUV stolen and wrecked later that evening.Thieves also stole a pressure washer that Basco used to make his living in a mobile car wash. The goodwill nonetheless continued. On Monday, Basco drove off in a new Ford Escape, courtesy of Casa Ford Lincoln Nissan, which also gave him a new trailer. An anonymous donor also replaced his washing machine. "I appreciate it. God Bless you all. Thank you." Basco told employees who stood in a circle to shake his hand and hug him. Jason Quinn, a car salesman at Casa Ford and Nissan, said, "Despite what happened, the strong solidarity from the community goes on."  Continue reading...

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