Two days later, after Freddie Gray's funeral, students at Frederick Douglass High School were dismissed from class to find that buses and trains at the Mondawmin Metro stop — where many of them usually caught their ride home — had been shut down because of rumors of a student-led "purge." Officials had closed the station, blocked off several streets and flooded the area with police officers in riot gear. Dozens of frustrated students were surrounded, unable to leave the area. Some began throwing bricks, rocks and bottles at police — and some police began throwing them back. Adults joined in the violence, and it spread; there were fires, looting and injuries to both rioters and police. The day after, Baltimoreans turned out in droves to clean up the mess. The peaceful protests resumed as well, despite National Guard troops moving in and the implementation of a curfew. After the 27th, there was no significant violence or property damage in the city.