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Philly Student Hospitalized After Fight, Woman Found Wandering Streets, City Preventing Hate Crimes
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/14/16 5:45 pm | updated: 11/14/16 5:45 pm
A Philadelphia high school student was rushed to the hospital on Monday after a fight broke out at school. The incident took place at the Penn Treaty School on the 600 block of Thompson Street in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. Police reported that a fight had broken out between four seniors in the bathroom, and when police were able to break up the fight, one of the victims was found on the floor with a swollen face. The student was taken to the hospital, and is being treated for his head injuries. So far there is no word on any charges being filed.

Police are now seeking the public's help to identify a woman they found wandering in the early morning hours of Monday in North Philadelphia. Police say the woman was found at 1 am on Monday on the 8700 block of Pine Road, she reportedly did not have a jacket on when they found her. When police approached the woman she was allegedly uncooperative and very confused with what was going on. She was then transported to the hospital to be medically evaluated. Police are doing their best to identify the woman and to reunite her with her family. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Northeast Detective Division.

The Philadelphia Commission of Human Relations is now starting to step up its efforts dealing with the increase of hate-related incidents since election day last Tuesday. The commission is deploying its Civil Rights Rapid Response Team all over the city to help those who have been victims of hate. The Response team was created last December after a pig's head was thrown outside of North Philly Mosque. The team has seen a spike in hate related attacks, graffiti, and speech throughout the city as well as the city's college campuses. The team works with law enforcement in Philly, as well as faith, immigrant, and community groups to help prevent hate-related crimes.


The Sixers play in Houston tonight against the Rockets.


Tonight, cloudy with some rain possible, and a low of 43 degrees in Center City.

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