🔴 Police were called to East Brunswick High School Wednesday morning

🔴 The initial fight broke up into several altercations throughout the school

🔴 No one was injured during the fights

EAST BRUNSWICK — A fight prompted a lockdown at one of New Jersey's largest high schools Wednesday morning.

Police Lt. Jason Fama told New Jersey 101.5 that a fight involving "multiple students" was reported around 9:30 a.m. at the school on Cranbury Road.

Before police arrived, the fight broke up into several other altercations throughout the school.

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Video of one fight shared by RLS Metro Breaking News shows two students fighting on the floor of a hallway as two men with "security" on the back of their shirts run in and pull them away from each other.

One of the students begins throwing punches at another student before security personnel gain control. The two students are led away as teachers direct students back into classrooms.

New Jersey 101.5 is not posting the video to protect the identities of possible juveniles.

Screenshots of fight video show students fighting, being broken up and punching another student
Screenshots of fight video show students fighting, being broken up and punching another student (Video courtesy RLS Metro Breaking News)

No injuries reported

The school was temporarily put on lockdown as the situation was brought under control, according to Fama.

No arrests were made and there were no reported injuries.

School administrators will investigate the incident.

East Brunswick High School has an enrollment of 2,036 as of the 2022-23 school year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

Map shows East Brunswick High School
Map shows East Brunswick High School (Canva)

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