The hero who averted the train attack in France has been stabbed

The hero who averted the train attack in France has been stabbed
Spencer Stone, one of the American soldiers who averted the train attack in France in August, has been stabbed, reports AFP.

Stone was stabbed repeatedly in the chest, but his condition is stable, according to US media.

According to CBS News, the assault happened Wednesday night in California.

Stone is currently being treated at a local hospital, reports BBC.

The 23-year-old US soldier was one of five passengers who intervened when a heavily armed man started shooting with Kalashnikov on a passenger at a train between Amsterdam and Paris on 21 August. Two people were injured in the incident.

Stone traveled with his mates Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler. The three were hailed as heroes when they returned to the United States.

The terrorist, Ayoub El Khazzani (25) was on a list of possible terrorist suspects, but authorities were unable to prevent him from carrying out what was probably an attempt of a massacre.

It was determined that Khazzani had lived in Spain, had been in Belgium and Germany, and that he had spent time in Syria.

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