Here's the other Capitol police officer wounded in their confrontation with the lefty gunman - her name is Chrystal Griner.
President Trump visited the officers at the hospital along with first lady Melania Trump, who presented Griner and her spouse bouquet a flowers, according to a White House press corps pool report.
Griner graduated in 2006 from Maryland’s Hood College, where she played on the basketball team. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine is quoted a CBS News report as praising Griner for her work during the shooting.
“She is amazing, and she’s a hero,” Dine was quoted as saying. “She epitomized what being a hero’s all about.”
Trump also hailed Griner for her efforts in a statement in the Diplomatic Room of the White House shortly after the incident.
According to CBS News, Griner and Special Agent David Bailey rushed Hodgkinson despite their own wounds. After being shot in the ankle, she was taken to MedStar Washington Hospital Center for recovery.
Thank you Officer Griner for your courage. The nation is proud of you.