SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A Sacramento-area man credited with helping prevent an armed attack on a French train is celebrating his college graduation — a year late, owing to all the attention that followed the 2015 train crisis.
The Sacramento Bee reported family and friends were there to cheer 24-year-old Anthony Sadler at Saturday’s graduation at Sacramento State.
In August 2015, Sadler was one of three Northern California men who helped tackle a gunman they saw moving through a Paris-bound train. France awarded the three the Legion of Honor, and Sacramento welcomed their return with a parade. Clint Eastwood is now directing a film based on the episode. Sadler himself took time off from his studies for a speaking tour.
The new graduate says the months since the train incident “feel like 10 lifetimes.”
Information from: The Sacramento Bee, http://www.sacbee.com
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