In the second such incident in three months at Narbonne High School in Los Angeles, a fight between two girls involving pepper spray led to an emergency response Wednesday.
The two girls and about 10 other students at the Harbor City high school suffered symptoms from the pepper spray, and at least two were taken by ambulance to a hospital, according to City News Service.
Harbor Divison police say the girl brought pepper spray to school because she thought she might be assaulted, KTLA reports.
Aerial video from NBC showed at least three Los Angeles Fire Department ambulances at the school.
Last October, a police officer exposed 47 people to pepper spray when he used it to break up a fight between two girls at the high school, Contra Costa Times reports. The video below was taken after that October incident: