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One of the students who helped disarm a STEM School Highlands Ranch shooter said he acted on instinct when he leapt into action

Joshua Jones, front, who was wounded while trying to stop a gunman involved in the attack on the STEM School Highlands Ranch last week, speaks during a news conference as his father, David, looks on.AP Photo/David Zalubowski

  • Joshua Jones, 18, helped disarm a shooter at STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado last week alongside Kendrick Castillo and Brendan Bialy.
  • Jones said Castillo, who was killed in the shooting, pushed the gunman against a wall, Jones pulled him to the ground, and Bialy disarmed him.
  • Jones said the shooting left him wanting to become an EMT after he completes a mission for his church next year.
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One of three students who helped disarm a shooter at STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado last week said he was acting on instinct when he leapt into action to stop the gunman.

Joshua Jones, 18, told reporters on Tuesday that he was in British literature class on May 7 when a classmate pulled out a gun. He, Kendrick Castillo and Brendan Bialy, jumped up to stop him.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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