GRAPHIC: Student arrested after allegedly beating visually impaired classmate

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. - School officials are reportedly investigating a fight that involved three students, including a blind teenager.

The incident, which was reportedly caught on camera, was said to have taken place at Huntington Beach High School on Wednesday afternoon.

In the video, a teen can be seen repeatedly punching another student in the face.

However, a third student interferes and brings teen to the ground with one punch.

"You trying to jump a f****** blind kid, bro?" the third student is heard saying. "What the f*** is your problem?"

Many commenters on the police department's Facebook page say the teen, who is believed to be named Cody, is a hero and should not be facing punishment for his actions.

Huntington Beach police say the suspected "primary aggressor" was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery and released to his parents, Officer Jennifer Marlatt, spokeswoman for the police department told KTLA.

The student who intervened in the fight was not expected to be arrested, according to Marlatt.

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