When Principal Don Ross tried to break up a lunchroom fight at Florin High School in Sacramento, California, he was slammed to the floor by one of his students.
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As a video show, the principal got up and bravely stepped right back into the fray. Cops eventually moved in to restore order in the incident that took place on Monday.
Three students were arrested, two15 year olds and one 13-year-old, according to the Sacramento Sheriff's Department. Two were arrested for suspicion of battery, one for making threats.
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The disturbing video was uploaded to YouTube and is being compared with the troubling takedown in a South Carolina school where a sherriff’s deputy body slammed a 16-year-old female student.
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