Police are appealing for information about a fight between pupils in the Swansea Valley.
A video circulating on social media shows what is believed to have been a pre-arranged fight in Clydach’s Coed Gwilym Park between pupils from two separate comprehensive schools in Swansea.
Local police inspector Andy Price said: “These groups showed a complete lack of consideration to other members of the public who were in the park at the time, and also a complete disregard for their own safety.”
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He added: “I’m sure that those involved didn’t think through the serious consequences that could have come as a result of this fight. All too often we hear of someone hitting the back of their head on the ground during a fight and that’s enough to take a life.
“To the parents of the youths involved, do you know where your teenagers are when they head out? We would urge parents and guardians to have a word with their teenagers and warn them how easily fighting, or just being around a fight, could result in really serious harm to them or someone else.
“We will be investigating the incident fully and if offences are identified we will deal with them robustly”.
Anyone with information can contact police by calling 101 or sending them a message here.
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