PYEONGTAEK, South Korea — Four teens from the U.S. military community in Daegu face further questioning by South Korean police for their alleged role in fights that left two Korean men injured, one of them with broken ribs, a South Korean railroad official said Tuesday.

The first of two alleged assaults occurred on a KTX train platform in Busan around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a security official of the South Korean railroad.

The teens were allegedly singing and dancing on the platform when a man identified only as Kim, 45, told them to quiet down, and a dispute ensued. Two teens and the man allegedly scuffled, and Kim suffered bruises and an injured lip, the official said.

The official said the four teens had been waiting to take the high-speed KTX to Daegu. Their parents are members of the U.S. military community in the Daegu region.

After police took the four teens to a security office at the station, two of them got into a dispute with a Korean man who was being detained in an unrelated matter, and a fight ensued, the official said. The man, identified only as Park, 48, suffered two broken ribs and bruises, he said.

Police later turned the teens over to U.S. military authorities in Daegu. U.S. military officials with knowledge of the case could not be reached for comment late Tuesday.

The four teens are to be questioned further on Friday, the official said.

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