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Mom seriously hurt as teens fight in Oshawa

News staff | posted Thursday, Dec 8th, 2016

A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after a fight between two groups of teenagers in Oshawa.

The woman, the mother of one of the teens involved, was hit with a baseball bat.

The fight began on Taunton Road east of Simcoe Street just after midnight on Thursday morning.

Durham police say two groups of teens were fighting about an incident that happened in June. Police don’t have any details about the June incident, but said it was not related to any particular school.

Two people are in custody. One of them is a young offender who cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, and a 19-year-old man. Both of them are charged with assault causing bodily harm.

Last week, a father was involved in a fight between two students near Aurora. Police believe a student from Cardinal Carter and a student from St. Theresa Lisieux Catholic High School were involved in the fight.

York Catholic District School Board spokesperson Sonia Gallo said Tuesday that the parent involved in the fight is the father of a Cardinal Carter student, and his son is one of four students who have been asked to stay home.

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