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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas police are seeking to identify anyone involved in a massive brawl that broke out after a high school football game.

Clark County School District officials say they will work with authorities come Monday.

Authorities say a teenage girl was hospitalized for minor injuries after the Friday night fight that impacted two restaurants.

Witnesses say the fighting was between students at rival high schools Centennial and Arbor View.

Police say the altercation started at Raising Cane’s restaurant and spilled over into In-N-Out.

Video posted on social media shows dozens of teens kicking and punching each other as an In-N-Out employee lies on the ground.

In-N-Out divisional manager Kristi Calmy says two employees were slightly injured.

She says the restaurant may add extra security on football game days.

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