School fights lead to lockdown, arrests in NE Phila.
NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA - October 9, 2012 (WPVI) -- The Philadelphia School District says three separate fights at a Northeast Philadelphia high school led to a lockdown and several arrests.
It happened after 1:00 p.m. Tuesday at Abraham Lincoln High School in the 3200 block of Ryan Avenue.
School officials say three separate fights broke out between 6th period classes.
Police arrested seven students, 6 boys and one girl.
No injuries were reported.
The school was in a lockdown for about 45 minutes until the situation was brought under control.
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