Nearly two dozen people needed treatment after a girl used pepper spray during a fight with a boy in an upstate New York high school cafeteria, police say.
Police say the two teens were involved in a scuffle on a bus Wednesday afternoon and the dispute flared again just before 8 a.m. as kids were arriving for school.
At one point, the 16-year-old boy threw a chair at the 15-year-old girl and she set off the pepper spray. Police say both will face charges.
Most of the injured were treated by the school nurse. But a school spokesman says a student and a teacher's assistant were taken to the hospital for additional treatment.