A Minneapolis high school cafeteria fight sent four people to the hospital Thursday, news sources reported.
Police estimated that 200 to 300 students were involved in the cafeteria fight at South High, which was sparked by growing racial tensions concerning Somali-American students, Star Tribune reported.
During the cafeteria fight three students and a staff member were hospitalized. Otherwise the injuries others received were minor, police said to Pioneer Press.
No charges have been filed, but police stated that charges of rioting and disorderly conduct could be filed, Star Tribune reported.
After the cafeteria fight South High was put into lock down, Pioneer Press reported.