LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Protesters gathered outside the Indiana state capitol this weekend to demand action to end gun violence a few days after a teacher and female student were hurt in a shooting at Noblesville West Middle School.

A mother of a student who attends that school attended the protest.

"My other daughter here is very passionate about it, so I said 'All right, it's time to do something,'" said Jill Golightly whose daughter goes to Noblesville West Middle School. "And as she had mentioned, I don't think any solution is perfect. But we have to do something to just prevent from anyone having to hear the stories that I had to hear what she went through, being barricaded and running down the hall and just hoping there was not the gunman behind her."

A wounded teacher, 29-year-old Jason Seaman, was released from the hospital Saturday. He was shot three times while disarming the gunman.

The shooting suspect is in police custody. The injured student is in critical condition.

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