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Brawl Breaks Out at San Francisco’s Mission High School, 2 Students Hurt

Written by Joel UmanzorPublished Sep. 27, 2023 • 7:44pm
Two Mission High students were hurt during a brawl at the school on Wednesday, police said. | Source: Jana Ašenbrennerová for The Standard

Two Mission High School students were injured Wednesday in the first of two brawls among students and their families, according to San Francisco police.

Officers responded around 1 p.m. to the campus at 3750 18th St. and found a student who told authorities they were a victim of a battery, the San Francisco Police Department confirmed. Additionally, officers said they found a group of students investigators believed were part of the battery.

As police sorted out what happened, family members of the involved students got into a verbal spat that turned physical, authorities added.

Police said they made no arrests and that paramedics took two students to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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