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Disturbing footage shows moment schoolchildren trade brutal blows as violent brawl erupts on the streetDisturbing footage has emerged showing schoolchildren in a violent brawl in the middle of a street. A video captured by a shocked onlooker shows a vicious fight between youngsters as a crowd of pupils watch. The fight appeared to break out after an ag

gressive verbal exchange and insults between the schoolchildren in Penarth, Glamorgan, Wales Online reports. The grim drama unfolded in Penarth in front of boys and girls who seem to be dressed in school uniform. But the school involved and the Vale of Glamorgan council said they wouldn’t comment on the footage. The violent brawl between children that took place on a Welsh street However, a doctor warned the children risked brain da

mage from being hit like this. And t

here are examples of people dying after being struck just once. Dr Phil White said the kids were facing the same ri

sks as boxers. “These kids are running the risk of brain injuries, for definite,” he said

. “They also risk facial fractures like broken jaws and cheekbones. The school and the council would not comment on the footage “I would say to them to stop it and get on the rugby pitch and

take out their aggression with a few hard tackles rather than belting each other. “If they carried on unabated there could be so much brain damage they would have slurred speech and affected m

ental processes. “And the developing brain is more susceptible to injuries.” In th

e original footage, one boy is heard insulting another then punches him in the face and is hit bac

k. Read more:Did Chris Eubank Snr help save Nick Blackwell from further harm? Another boy who then joins in is struck with such force to the face he crumples on the floor. Eventually the fracas is broken up. As the fight is going on one onlooker can be heard shouting: “F***ing kill him!” Another says: “That was sick.” South Wales Police have not pursued a criminal investigation (Image: South Wales Echo) Brain injury charity Headway agreed the kids were putting themselves at risk.

“Even after a minor head injury, brain function can be temporarily impaired and this is sometimes referred to as concussion,” it said on its website. “This can lead to difficulties such as headaches, dizziness, fatigue, depression, irritability and memory problems. “While most people are symptom-free within two weeks, some can experience problems for months or even years after a minor head injury. “The more severe the brain injury, the more pronounced the long term effects are likely to be. “Survivors of more severe brain injury are likely to have complex long term problems affecting their personality, their relationships and their ability to lead an independent life. “Even with good rehabi

litation, support and help in the community, survivors and their families are likely to face uncertain and challenging futures.” Read more:Watch shocking moment chaotic brawl breaks out in Sikh temple The film was posted on a Facebook page called Brutal Street Fights. South Wales Police said they had been made aware of the footage and had spoken to the parties involved, but no criminal proceedings are being taken. A spokesman said: “On March 1, police were made aware of footage publi

shed on social media and officers made subsequent enquiries. “Having spoken to all parties in the presence of their parents, no complaint was forthcoming. “It was agreed that under the circumstances it would be in everybody’s

best interest not to proceed a criminal investigation.”

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