SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – An American student who helped stop a terror attack on a Paris-bound high-speed train says it’s been a “crazy last few days,” and he’s happy to be home.
Anthony Sadler spoke briefly Wednesday during a news conference with the mayor of Sacramento. The 23-year-old says he “didn’t expect all this to happen.”READ MORE: Good Samaritan Helps Mother, Daughter After Moving Truck Crash Near Cal Expo
It was the first time Sadler has spoken publically since returning to the U.S.
The Sacramento State University student arrived in Sacramento on Tuesday. He and two Sacramento-area friends – U.S. Air Force Airman Spencer Stone and Oregon National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos – helped subdue a man with ties to radical Islam who was carrying weapons on the train Friday.READ MORE: Protesters Rally In Sacramento In Support Of Indian Farmers' Rights
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson thanked Sadler and presented him with a Sacramento Kings jersey after saying he saw Sadler wearing a Lakers jersey.
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