NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- The teacher credited with stopping a school shooting at Noblesville West Middle School was released from the hospital on Saturday.
Police say science teacher Jason Seaman, 39, tackled a student armed with two handguns who started firing in his classroom Friday morning. He was shot three times during the incident.
Rep. Susan Brooks released a photo showing her meeting Saturday with Seaman at the school where the shooting occurred.
As governor, I have the honor of meeting many wonderful people, but few so humble & inspiring as Jason Seaman when I spent a few minutes with him Friday night. He may not have been “born” a Hoosier but he is now and will forever be a Hoosier Hero in our eyes.
After undergoing surgery on Friday Seaman's condition was updated to "good" and IU Health released the following statement on Saturday.
"We received one adult patient and one teenage patient after the shooting in Noblesville, IN. The adult was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital. The child was taken to Riley Hospital for Children.
Today, we do not have a patient by the name of Jason Seaman in our IUH system."
Seaman's wife provided a statement to the media on behalf of her husband Friday evening thanking the first responders and students for their support.
"First of all, thank you to the first responders from Noblesville and Fishers for their immediate action and care. I want to let everyone know that I was injured but am doing great. To all the students, you are all wonderful and I thank you for your support. You are the reason I teach."
His mother, Kristi, said on Facebook that her son was shot in the abdomen, the hip and the forearm.
President Trump took to Twitter Saturday thanking Seaman for his "heroic act."
Thanks to very brave Teacher & Hero Jason Seaman of Noblesville, Indiana, for his heroic act in saving so many precious young lives. His quick and automatic action is being talked about all over the world!