MECHANICSBURG (KDKA) — A central Pennsylvania high school is investigating claims that a student was involved in an attack on a protester at a Donald Trump rally in Mechanicsburg.

PennLive.com reports a Penn State student was punched, tossed and grabbed by supporters when he tried to interrupt the rally.

The Sentinel reported that it was a Trinity High School student who posted video of the incident and identified another student as the attacker.

Trinity High School Principal John Cominsky reportedly said the school is reviewing the incident.

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