"I believe in the providence of God. I believe that God brings the right people together at the right time to do the right thing and I don't fell like a hero. I feel like what I did was necessary to do, " he tells WKYC's Eric Mansfield.
He says he was terrified during the rampage but acted on autopilot doing what he was trained to do.
Copley Township Police Chief Mike Mier says while Lavery fired at Hance, it was one of his current officers who took Hance down.