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CCTV studied after Nottingham station football fight

Video footage of clashes between football supporters in Nottingham is being studied by police.

British Transport Police have released details of two separate incidents at the railway station on the evening of 6 February.

A total of 10 arrests were made after fights between Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday fans, which also saw an officer suffer minor injuries.

CCTV from the area is being used to try to identify those responsible.

British Transport Police said the first clash was at around 1945 GMT. Four arrests were made.

A further six arrests were made when a large fight broke out on platform one an hour-and-a-half later.

All those arrested have been released on bail pending further inquires.



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