April 6, 2018: Real-life heroes and stars of '15:17' to Paris' Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos
Valerie Jarrett guest co-hosts; Real-Life heroes and stars of "15:17 to Paris" Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos.
A train flying through the French countryside at nearly 200 miles per hour. A knife-wielding man armed with an AK-47 and 300 rounds of ammunition on the loose inside. Three young American men help thwart a terror attack. Sounds like a scene from a movie, right? Yes, except this actually happened.
"It was just like living it twice, but not nearly so scary," said Alek Skarlatos, who plays himself in the Clint Eastwood movie, along with Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and others.
Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos speak to "The View" about stopping the 2015 terror attack on a train to Paris.
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From start to finish, many of this year’s biggest news stories were centered around violence, terror threats or a general sense of fear. The year began with a targeted terror strike in Paris and closed out with another planned attack in California, proving that threats around the globe remain an
Two of the three men who helped stop a gunman on board a Paris-bound train over the summer reunited as one recovered in the hospital after he was stabbed in a late-night confrontation this week. Army National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos made a trip to Sacramento, California, this weekend to visit his
The Sacramento man was pulled on stage to a hero's ovation hours before the stabbing.