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Students face discipline, possible charges in Allderdice High brawl |

Students face discipline, possible charges in Allderdice High brawl

Jeff Himler
Allderdice PTO
Aldlerdice High School, part of Pittsburgh Public Schools, is located in the Squirrel Hill section of the city.

Some students at Allderdice High School are facing school disciplinary action and potential criminal charges because of a brawl Monday afternoon at the school, according to a Pittsburgh Public Schools spokeswoman.

There were no major injuries in the altercation that involved at least a dozen students and was quickly dispersed by school police, the spokeswoman said.

She did not say how many students are facing discipline but noted the identities of involved students may be revealed in a video of the fight that has circulated on social media.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-836-6622, [email protected] or via Twitter @jhimler_news.

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