"It's not surprising, to be honest", he said of his brother's intervention in the shooting. Officials say they will not yet release the conditions of the victims.
He said the class was taking a science test when the student shooter came into the classroom and fired "four to six" times before Seaman subdued him.
Seaman's mother, Kristi Seaman, said on Facebook that he was shot through the abdomen, in the hip and in the forearm and was doing well after surgery. The science teacher was taken to the hospital where he was kept overnight. Jason Seaman was released from Indiana University Health on Saturday (May 26) afternoon, CBS affiliate WTTV reports.
Another student said that her science teacher told his class at the beginning of previous year that he would throw "tennis and golf balls and do whatever it takes if an intruder ever came into our room". He said his girlfriend's sister was in a classroom adjacent to the shooting.
The team said the Salukis' head coach played one season with Seaman.
"You see it on the news, you just don't think about it happening in your backyard", Vedder said.
Seaman graduated from Southern Illinois University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. His LinkedIn indicated that he's been a science teacher for Noblesville schools for nearly four years.
Noblesville West Middle School, located about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis, serves about 1,300 students, according to statistics reported to the Department of Education. However, The photographer who spoke to Rousey stated, "I'm sure a lot of his students follow you, and it would be an honor for him to walk out to the ring with you one time". More information about the Noblesville school shooting will be provided by the Inquisitr as it becomes available. "Itreally came into realization what was happening when the person right in front of me got shot".
The shooting comes a week after 10 people were killed at a school in Santa Fe, Texas.
When asked to elaborate on his praise of the response, Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said: "Wait 'til one day we can tell you that story". In 2018 alone, there have already been 17 shootings - the highest number during any year since at least 1999, according to a Washington Post database that tracks such attacks.