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High school in lockdown after a violent, out-of-control brawl is filmed

High school is placed in lockdown after teenage girls are filmed throwing punches and pulling each other’s hair in out-of-control brawl

  • High school has gone into lockdown after violent, out-of-control brawl 
  • Footage shows two girls fighting outside an aquatic centre on Thursday
  • One of the girls could be heard threatening to ‘kill’ another one during fight 

A high school has gone into lockdown after a violent, out-of-control brawl was filmed.

Footage shows two girls, believed to be students of Kelso High School in central-west New South Wales, fighting outside an aquatic centre on Thursday.

One of the girls could be heard threatening to ‘kill’ the other, and was seen stomping on her head.

A high school has gone into lockdown after a violent, out-of-control brawl was filmed

Footage shows two girls, believed to be students of Kelso High School in central-west New South Wales, fighting outside an aquatic centre on Thursday

‘Just hit her, just punch her,’ a bystander could be heard saying.

The two girls come to blows before other youngsters intervene and pull the pair apart from each other.

Kelso High School was placed into lockdown on Friday after a different incident involving parents and students, a NSW Department of Education spokesman told Daily Mail Australia. 

‘The school was placed into lockdown this morning for a short period of time after two students and their parents’ behaviour escalated on site,’ he said.

‘No one was harmed. The incident was reported to police. The school has resumed normal operations.’ 

Video of the brawl has been sent to the local principals in the area in an attempt to identify those involved.

NSW Police have also received the footage and are investigating, a spokeswoman said. 

Kelso High School was placed into lockdown on Friday after a different incident involving parents and students

Kelso High School was placed into lockdown on Friday after a different incident involving parents and students

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