VIDEO: Teenage brawl leaves high school athlete with concussion and head injury

A teenage brawl in front of dozens left an athlete badly injured.

A boy in a black and white football jersey pounded away at a smaller kid, knocking him to the ground to a crowd's apparent amusement on Bouquet Canyon Road Friday night.

It was all caught on cell phone camera.
The Santa Clarita Valley Signal reports the smaller boy suffered a concussion and head injury.
They say was transported from this In N Out parking lot to a hospital around 9:30.  

Now many are wondering why people watching didn't step in.

"The new age of technology and everything, it's a little much," said high schooler Olivia Salmon.
Hart Union High School District saying Tuesday night:

"We are aware of the incident that happened off campus. Anytime we see students engage in an altercation it is a concern as student and staff safety is our no 1 priority. We are taking appropriate actions internally in an effort to keep these types of incidents from happening."
As for the student who threw the punches, sources confirm he is a baseball player who was injured too. He broke a finger.
We're not releasing the kids names because they're minors.

It's unclear if either of the two kids have or will be returning to Saugus High School.

Some video in this piece is courtesy The Santa Clarita Valley Signal

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