The Make-A-Wish Foundation lets a twisted metal fan drive an ice cream truck through the lava river
ESCUINTLA, Guatemala — The Make-A-Wish Foundation has caused some controversy this week as it recently left a young twisted metal fan drives an ice cream truck through a river of lava.
“Oh my god, it’s like that video game he plays so much,” said Holly Connor, referring to her critically ill son who plays in 1996 twisted metal 2 almost daily. “I don’t know why Ashton loves this game so much, but it’s his favorite thing in the world. It’s so special, what they did for him. And paint that ice cream truck to look like the one of Sweet Tooth, it’s just the perfect touch.
“Is my son okay?” she added, watching the ice cream truck sink into the lava.
The nonprofit, which helps fulfill the wishes of children with serious illnesses, sprang into action and a helicopter crew rescued the boy from the smoldering ice cream truck before he crashed. completely disintegrates, the boy’s wish to play twisted metal in real life having been achieved
” I want to go back there ! said young Ashton, after all the crew and spectators had been escorted out of the volcanic area. “It was like in the game! They let me run over a guy on a motorcycle!
Many have wondered if the good intentions of the Make-A-Wish Foundation went too far in recreating the gameplay of the iconic vehicular combat game.
“Look, meeting John Cena or running on an NBA court, I get it,” said Troy Gandy, Ashton’s stepfather, who thought the whole trip to Guatemala was a bit too much. “But they’re now letting kids fulfill their violent video game fantasies?” What happens when a child asks them for a bazooka or something? I don’t really want to be in town when a child who loves fortnite is Make-A-Wishing, you know what I mean?
As of press time, the Make-A-Wish Foundation had many Los Angeles residents worried by starting to build a series of ramps across the city’s rooftops.