SPRING GARDEN -- Officials have released new information and video from a fight involving students on the Broad Street Line.
The massive after school brawl happened at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday in the Spring Garden Station.
SEPTA says not one person, even the victims, have reported the fight. Authorities only discovered the fight after later seeing surveillance footage.
The video shows it was chaos on the platform as more than a dozen students went at it.
There was punching, there was kicking, and one teenager was repeatedly stomped in the head.
One young man even fell onto the tracks during the fight - something that could have taken a tragic turn if a train had been coming.
SEPTA says it has identified two of the victims who attend Ben Franklin High School. Now they're working with the school district, not only to identify the other students involved, but to prevent these violent actions from happening again.
SEPTA Police Chief Thomas Nestel reacted to the fight by saying, "It's an outrageous event. This is so dangerous it's not even funny. We have operating trains down there, there are passengers waiting for the train. You see somebody falls into the track area. It's horrendous."
SEPTA says right now there are more police officers at the Spring Garden stop, and at about ten other hot spots they have identified. All of the hotspots are near schools and are trouble when students are dismissed from school.
Authorities say they have a plan of action.
Transit police say this criminal investigation continues as they work to deploy officers where needed.
Despite the violence we saw in that video, investigators say there were no reported injuries.