Vietnam Vet Dies While Searching for Oxygen During Texas Winter Storm

Vietnam Vet Dies While Searching for Oxygen During Texas Winter Storm


A Vietnam veteran died in the Texas winter storm after he went outside searching for a way to charge his oxygen machine. The U.S. Army veteran suffered from pulmonary disease after being exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.

Toni Anderson of Crosby, Texas, found her husband Andy Anderson in his pickup truck outside their home, KTRK ABC13 reported. He went out to his truck to use a portable oxygen-producing machine after his main unit died during a prolonged power outage.

“We just thought the power would get back on,” Toni told the Houston ABC affiliate. “We didn’t know the power would be out for days like it was.”

After Andy failed to return to the house, Toni went to search for him and found him dead in his truck.

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“I went out there, he had no response. He was already cold. It looked like he was trying to

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