Uber has a gun-free policy, like many liberally run companies. They don’t care about the safety of their employees, only their image as a liberal anti-Second Amendment company. Uber driver Reah Vance stopped to help what she thought was a stranded motorist. The motorist attacked her. He tried to strangle her, then he punched in the face and slammed her face into the gravel road. She managed to kick the man in the genitals and escape. When asked, her only regret was that she didn’t have her gun.
Reah Vance says she was viciously attacked as she tried to help a man who appeared to be a stranded motorist on Interstate 80 East in Parley’s Canyon Wednesday night.
Police are still looking for the suspect as of the time of this post — 24 hours after the attack.
The suspect is a white man in his late 20s or early 30s. He wore a cowboy hat, black t-shirt and Wrangler jeans. He has brown eyes and bushy eyebrows.
Vance has a concealed carry permit, but due to Uber’s gun-free policy, she did not have it with her. The suspect, who could have easily abducted, raped and murdered her, is still at large. All Vance could think about was getting home to her kids. She is a single mother. Vance should sue Uber for their gun-free policy which gave her little chance to protect herself when necessary.