DETROIT (AP) — Classes at an eastside Detroit high school were dismissed early Tuesday after a food fight sparked other fights involving students.

The food fight started during a lunch period at East English Village Preparatory Academy, the Detroit Public Schools Community District said in a statement.

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No serious injuries were reported. Classes were canceled for the remainder of the day.

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“After the school was settled and students returned to their classrooms, a police investigation into the fights determined that it could be gang-related and additional fights could occur,” according to the district.

Extra security staff and counselors were to be sent to the school this week.

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