Above is Spencer the hero who was injured while wrestling the man to overpower him and prevent the deadly and bloodied massacre that would have taken place in the high speed train from Amsterdam to Paris.
Anthony Sadler, from Pittsburg, California, Aleck Sharlatos from Roseburg, Oregon, and Chris Norman, a British man living in France (L-R), three men who helped to disarm an attacker on a train from Amsterdam to France, pose with medals they received for their bravery at a restaurant in Arras, France August 21, 2015. A machine gun-toting attacker wounded three people on a high-speed train in France on Friday before being overpowered by passengers who included an American soldier. The wounded were the soldier, French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade, and a Briton. Local media reported that U.S. Marines were among those who brought down the gunman. Officials said the attacker was arrested after the shooting when the Amsterdam to Paris train stopped at Arras station in northern France.
French investigating police in protective clothing work around weapon cartridges on the train platform in Arras, France, August 21, 2015. Three people were wounded in a shooting incident on high-speed train between Amsterdam and Paris on Friday, the French Interior Ministry said. A man was arrested when the train stopped at Arras station in northern France but his motives were not yet known, a ministry spokesman said.