WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Metro Transit Police Department is investigating a fight that happened Sunday night at the Congress Heights metro station.
Around 11 p.m. the station manager at Congress Heights reported a group of teenagers fighting on the mezzanine, according to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
The Transit Police and Metropolitan Police Department responded to the incident, however the group of teenagers were in the middle of breaking-up the fight, WMATA said.
WMATA added, about half of the group was waiting for a train and the other half was already off the metro property.
Over half a dozen transit police officers stayed at the stop until all of the groups had left.
According to WMATA, no arrests were made and there were no injuries.
The incident is currently being investigated WMATA said. The video, comments on social media and camera footage from the station is being looked at by MTPD detectives.