Police Agencies Respond to Fight Outside Binghamton High School
A disturbance around dismissal time at Binghamton High School prompted a large-scale police response.
A school resource officer reported an "active fight" on Oak Street shortly before 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Several city police units responded to the area after a large crowd gathered at the scene to observe the activity.
State police, Broome County sheriff's deputies and four Johnson City police units also went to the west side of the high school for crowd control. A county security officer also responded to the scene.
The situation was brought under control quickly. A police department van was called to transport someone to headquarters.
Binghamton fire medics evaluated one person at the scene for possible minor injuries. He reportedly was taken to a hospital.
High school safety personnel and other employees monitored the area around Main and Oak streets following the disturbance.
A Binghamton City School District spokesperson said a school resource officer called for police to respond to an incident that happened in the street. It was not known whether any students were involved in the dispute.
VIDEO: The scene on Oak Street on the west side of Binghamton High School on December 6, 2023.
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