BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A very brief shelter-in-place procedure occurred at a Buffalo school on Wednesday afternoon.

According to a city representative, a student at The International School (PS #45) on Hoyt Street was acting unruly, leading to a police response just after 4 p.m. The resulting shelter-in-place lasted for about 10 minutes.

City officials say police transported the student to his parents. The student is believed to have shoved a security guard, but there were no injuries or arrests reported.

It is now being referred to by the city as “a school district matter.”

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