Wisconsin lawmakers are honoring three people from Oshkosh West High School for their courage and bravery during a student knife attack.
School Resource Officer Michael Wissink, student Duaa Ahmad and teacher/football coach Ken Levine appeared at the State Capitol Thursday. They were recognized for their actions after a student stabbed Officer Wissink the face December 3rd. There was a struggle and Wissink fired at the student to stop the threat. Levine ran from his classroom and assisted Wissink to stop the bleeding from a gunshot to his leg. Ahmad led about 100 students into the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for safety.