(KCEN) -- A Fort Hood shooting survivor has successfully completed his 80-mile run to the state capitol.
He wanted to show Americans that the wounded from that terrible day still need help.
Chris Royal, who was wounded in the shooting, started his run from Killeen last Thursday morning.
He arrived at the capitol building in Austin around noon today.
It's all to rally support for the continuing struggles of those wounded in the Fort Hood massacre.
Many of the victims are dealing with post traumatic stress disorder and financial troubles.
Royal said, "But for some reason it's hard to get people to see the nature, the fight, the cry, that we're enduring every step of the way. It's been worth it."
Royal founded the 32 Still Standing Foundation to raise money for the wounded.